Activision has announced that it has made the multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: World at War on Xbox 360 open to all.

No money or beta key is required to access the game. Simply find the multiplayer beta under Call of Duty: World at War on Xbox Live Marketplace, download it, and start getting killed by all the people who've already been playing it for weeks.

Alternatively, the PC version of the beta went live this time last week, and you can access it just by signing up at the game's website.

If you have a PS3, tough - there are no plans for a World at War beta test on Sony's machine. You'll just have to wait until the game is released, alongside the 360 and PS3 versions, next week.

You'll find plenty more to mull over at the Call of Duty: World at War gamepage.

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