Call of Duty Black Ops 4 multiplayer beta was rolled out earlier this month across all the platforms, and as promised, the developers are looking forward to the next beta for the battle royale mode ‘Blackout’ which was scheduled for September.

A few hours, the publishers revealed the beta dates for the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout which will go live first on the PlayStation 4 from September 10. The game’s battle royale beta will be going official as a private beta next month where players will be allowed to play as solo, duos and quads.

The news was confirmed by game’s official Twitter account with a teaser, revealing the date and the playable mode.

However, more details regarding the upcoming beta were not shared and also, we have no idea when the beta will be kicking off on other platforms, much it is more likely that the Blackout beta will be released for PC and Xbox One one week after the release on PS4 on September 10.

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Those who pre-ordered the game will be given the early access to the battle royale beta, whereas the players are required to keep the multiplayer beta files installed on their systems as they will be getting an update in order to start the next beta and will not be required to download the big files again.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set for launch on October 12th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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