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Will the COD: WW2 Beta be Open?

Call of Duty: WW2 has a Private Beta going on, but will the COD: WW2 beta be open?

The Call of Duty: World War 2 Private Beta is in its second weekend, and the Private name is more than a clever WW2 reference. You need to pre-order Call of Duty: World War 2 if you want to play the beta.  Will the COD: WW2 beta be open? If it does become open, when will you be able to play the COD: WW2 beta?

Will the COD:WW2 Beta be open?

Unfortunately, Activision nor Sledgehammer Games have given any indication that the COD: WW2 beta will become open to all users at some point. However, if you think back to the Black Ops 3 beta, there was also no indication of an open beta happening, until it did.

Near the end of the closed beta for Black Ops 3, Treyarch announced that the beta will become open. Since this has happened before in Call of Duty’s past, it is certainly possible that the COD: WW2 beta will become open.

If you do not want to take a chance, you could pre-order Call of Duty: World War 2 beta to get instant access. Buying COD: WW2 on the PS4 or Xbox store will allow you to download the beta without waiting for it to be open. You can also pre-order a physical copy in a store, then redeem your code on callofduty.com\wwii\beta. Activision will then email you a code that can be used to download the COD: WW2 beta on your platform of choice.

A lot has changed since the first beta weekend. You can now use the M1A1 Carbine and an all new sniper rifle, on the new map Aachen. Check out this link if you would like to see all the changes to week two of the COD: WW2 beta.

Hopefully the beta will become open, and if it does, we will let you know when the COD: WW2 beta is open.

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Vincent Genova

Vincent is a washed up former college athlete with a bad shoulder and a worse knee, but thankfully his hands are perfectly fine for gaming. He is often judged for thinking Advanced Warfare is the best Call of Duty, but your judgement won’t make him take down his AW poster that was signed by Angela Gots and Russell Richardson. Vincent is also better than Tom Henderson at everything.