Activision announced today that the PlayStation 4 multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has been extended by 24 hours. The beta, which began on October 14, will now conclude on the 18th at 10am PDT.
The news was shared on Infinity Ward’s Twitter as well as on Activision’s official blog. The multiplayer beta has introduced several features coming to the shooter, including modes such as Kill Confirmed and Gun Game, along with a new map called Precinct. An improved matchmaking system was also added to the beta. To give players more time to test these features out, the beta has been extended.
“We’re extending the first weekend of the beta by 24 hours to give you more time to play and give us more time to stress test the system,” writes Infinity Ward. “With our Beta, we not only want to give you a sneak peek of what you’ll see in the final game, but we also want to put our servers and systems to the test so we’re ready for day 1.”
This beta is for PlayStation 4 only. Starting next weekend on October 21, both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players will have three days to test out the new content. Infinite Warfare releases on November 4. Click the banner below to be directed to our hub of exclusive content surrounding the game.