The world stood still in the Call of Duty community on August 1 for the highly-anticipated global reveal event of Modern Warfare multiplayer, giving players what they had been starving for. This is a beta featuring cross-play testing so players on one console or PC can play with others on a different console or PC.
However, there will be an exclusive beta session held for those that do pre-order the game, meaning that buying ahead of time does still have its perks.
There is a lot of changes coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, especially in the multiplayer.
As always, gamers will need to find out if Xbox Live Gold and PS Plus memberships will be required to join in.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Battle.net on October 25.
And it should also be noted that PS4 players will be the first to receive access on September 12, 2019.
The beta for Call of Duty will technically run for two weekends in September, but here's where Activision's long-running exclusivity partnership with Sony rears its head.
However, Weekend 2 will be much more open and will see Xbox One fans get a chance to join in. Early access for Xbox One, PC, and PS4 starts on September 19th, with the open beta then kicking off for all platforms on September 21st.
September 19 to September 20: Early Access on Xbox One and PC. Activision also reminds players that the season pass is gone and free content will arrive after launch. Here's everything we know about the beta now and how to get in.
At the Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal event this week, however, Infinity Ward came prepared.
What are you looking forward to in multiplayer for Modern Warfare?