UPDATE – August 28th: The Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta is now open to everyone on Xbox One and PC. No code required. Learn more here.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta is now live on Xbox One and PC.
Players who preordered Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 at a retailer and entered a code on the Call of Duty site, be sure to check your email. Activision has started sending out beta tokens to players; it may take time for all codes to be sent out to everyone.
Each email contains 3 download tokens, so you can use one and give the other two to friends. If you don’t get a code after several hours and you are sure you did redeem your code before, please check your Call of Duty Profile HERE.
If you preordered Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 digitally on the Xbox One Store, you should now be able to download the Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta directly on your console – no code required!
The beta is a 13.73 GB download on Xbox One.
Customers that preordered Black Ops 3 on Steam should now be seeing the Black Ops 3 beta appear in their Library. If you don’t – stay tuned; it may take time for it to appear for everyone.
If you preordered the PC version of Black Ops 3 at a retailer, Activision has begun sending out codes to emails. Please check your email over the next few hours for your redemption code.
The beta is a 13.1GB download on PC.
PC players, due note, Paint Shop feature is not available in the beta. Paint Shop will be available in the final game.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta will end on Sunday, August 30th on Xbox One and PC.
If you have any questions or need support, please contact Activision Support. Visit support.activision.com to get more information on the beta.
Activision and Treyarch have also opened up a beta survey – allowing players to give their feedback or report bugs. You can visit the link HERE to do so.