Call of Duty Vanguard open beta
Call of Duty Vanguard’s beta will be available to all Xbox and PC users very shortly.
The second Call of Duty Vanguard beta weekend is already live for all PlayStation users, as well as pre-order customers on Xbox and PC.
If you’re an Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One or PC user without a Call of Duty Vanguard pre-order, then the bad news is that you’ll have to wait a little longer to play.
The Call of Duty Vanguard open beta on Xbox and PC has a September 18 release date.
The servers will open up to all players from 6pm BST on Saturday evening, although there’s a chance it will go live a little earlier.
The beta is scheduled to end at the same time on September 20, which gives fans a couple of days to play.
To ensure you don’t miss a second of the action, fans are encouraged to pre-load the beta early.
The Call of Duty Vanguard beta weighs in between 11-16 GB on Xbox devices, so it’s not too big.
It’s also worth pointing out that the open beta doesn’t require Xbox Gold, which frees up all Xbox players.
In terms of content, the Call of Duty Vanguard beta will spotlight the new Champion Hill tournament mode.
Champion Hill made its debut during the recent Alpha test. It’s described as a multi-arena survival tournament, “where tactics and strategy combine with quick-action, close-quarter gunplay”.
The Vanguard beta also includes classic game modes like Team Deathmatch, Domination and Kill Confirmed.
Elsewhere, fans can check out the brand new Patrol multiplayer mode, which features moving objectives across three different maps.
Speaking of maps, the Call of Duty Vanguard multiplayer beta includes the Hotel Royal, Gavutu, and Red Star locations.
Players will be able to rank up to level 30 during the beta, and there’s a special bonus for anybody who reaches level 20.
Reach level 20 during the multiplayer Vanguard beta and you’ll receive a bonus Weapon Blueprint for the full game in November.
Similarly, weapon XP will be capped at level 30 in the beta, while Operator XP and Clan XP will only be available when the game launches this year.
And don’t worry about your Battle Pass in Cold War and Warzone, because progress made in the beta will count towards your Battle Pass rewards.
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