Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Now Available on PlayStation 4


The Call of Duty Modern Warfare Beta arrives on PS4 for a first taste of the multiplayer. Throughout the weekend, Infinity Ward will collect feedback and information on the game ahead of the worldwide release on October 25th.

After the recent Modern Warfare 2v2 Gunfight Open Alpha , one of the largest Alpha in the history of Call of Duty for PlayStation 4, the Modern Warfare beta will offer a more in-depth view of the Modern Warfare multiplayer universe, including the experience of Fast-paced action with close-up 2v2 battles in Gunfight, the traditional 6v6 multiplayer and experiences that support a high number of players in maps with a wide range of vehicles. The beta will be expanded during the second weekend where it will include all platforms, and for the first time in the history of Call of Duty, it will offer crossplay, with the possibility for console and PC players to access Modern Warfare Beta before its release next month.

Players will have two weekends to join in the fun, with new content launched during the beta. Those who have pre-ordered any version of the game at authorized dealers will have early access to the beta as follows:

Beta PlayStation Exclusive 4

  • 12 -13 September (early access, PlayStation 4)
  • September 14th – 16th (open beta, PlayStation 4)

Beta with crossplay testing

  • 19 – 20 September (early access, PC and Xbox One; Open Beta, PlayStation 4)
  • 21 – 23 September (open beta, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One)

Awarded as Best Online Multiplayer by the E3 Game Critics of E3 2019, Modern Warfare’s multiplayer offers an exciting and revolutionary online experience with the best gameplay in the category, along with a deep and diversified game strategy. The beta test will offer a variety of new multiplayer modes that redefine the Call of the Duty playing field, from fast-paced close 2v2 battles in Gunfight to Ground War mode, an epic large-scale mode that supports up to 64 players, maps for the night vision and surprising realism.

” With Modern Warfare, we want to bring the gamer community together like never before. Starting with the beta, we want to gather insights and feedback from players that will help us perfect the experience on launch day, ”says Patrick Kelly, Creative Director and co-Studio Head of Infinity Ward. ” Starting this weekend we will give access to new features and new maps every day. Next weekend, we will introduce cross-play, allowing players to connect with friends and other players on other platforms. We are also planning to offer more content and new game modes in the second weekend. We can’t wait for the community to participate in both weekends.