The beta for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is set to arrive next month across PlayStation, Xbox and PC, and will include a map on a grand-prix track.
The Marina Bay Grand Prix map is inspired by the Singapore F1 street circuit of the same name, but with a much darker tone of course.
The open beta will take place across two weekends, with PlayStation players able to access the first exclusively.
Here's a quick look at the playable Grand Prix map:
We understand that, with our agreement, @infinityward have announced they designed a Grand Prix map as a part of the #MWII Beta. This is right, and the map will be playable for the 2022 Beta. We will be playing on Grand Prix in #MWII this year. pic.twitter.com/8kbaSEkChU— Call of Duty @ #CODNext (@CallofDuty) August 7, 2022
The PlayStation exclusive weekend is from 18th - 20th September, with early access available from 16th September for those who pre-order the game.
The following weekend will see access open across all platforms from 24th - 26th September. Again, there's an early access window from 22nd - 23rd September.
Pre-Order now for early access to the #MWII Open BETA!— Call of Duty @ #CODNext (@CallofDuty) August 7, 2022
The #MWII @Playstation Early Access Beta starts September 16, with Early and Open access Betas to follow on all platforms. https://t.co/cLMlBb41mV pic.twitter.com/2GZ0laKE9C
The beta will provide access to "an advanced look into the game's Multiplayer, including maps, modes, weapons, and other features", according to the official website.
More details on the future of Call of Duty will be shared in a livestream event on 15th September.
You can also check out our guide on how to access the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 beta.
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