On both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Infinite Warfare Beta Weekend 2 is open to everyone on the platform — no preorder or code is needed to play. Visit the PlayStation Store or Xbox One Store now to download the beta. On PS4, if you played during Beta Weekend 1, it is the same file and all of your weekend 1 stats will be carried over to weekend 2.
The Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta is a 19GB download. The beta lets players get their first hands on with the Infinite Warfare multiplayer experience.
The Infinite Warfare beta includes 5 multiplayer maps, 3 Combat Rigs, 4 Game Modes, and more.
Players can also experience the Combat Rig system in the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta. Learn more about the Combat Rigs here. All 6 of the Combat Rigs are playable in the beta, with players starting off with 3 unlocked: Warfighter, MERC, and Synaptic.
Team Deathmatch, Domination, Defender, and Frontline (a new mode) are the modes currently available in the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta.
In addition, in the Infinite Warfare beta, player can also get hands on with the new Weapon Crafting system, which lets players craft weapons by using Salvage, the in-game currency. For the beta, Infinity Ward has increased the Salvage drop rate so that players can try out the crafting system. The beta also features access to the Quartermaster, where players can acquire Supply Drops. Learn more about the weapon systems in our post here and in the video here.
Please note that all stats from the beta will not transfer over to the final game on November 4.
Weekend 2 of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta ends on Monday, October 24 at 10AM PT. Beta is not available on PC.
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