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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will get a beta

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will get a beta

It seems Infinite Warfare will be getting a multiplayer beta later this year, according to a report from Charlie Intel. The information comes from a Target pre-order card, which you get when pre-ordering the game from the retailer.

On the back of the card, there’s a place where you can scratch to reveal a code. Said code can later be redeemed through the Call of Duty website. GameStop also offers a code with all pre-orders, printed on the receipt.

Although the Target card specifically mentions a beta, GameStop’s receipt says it’s for “a future offer.” Activision’s support page confirms there are pre-order offers for Infinite Warfare – such as the free 500 CP one – but doesn’t name the mysterious “future offer.”

Judging by Target’s offer, it’s most likely a beta. If true, it would be the second time for the franchise, after last year’s Black Ops 3 beta.

Infinite Warfare is out November 4 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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“This will please many fans who saw the beta test for Black Ops 3 as a welcome direction for the series as it gives players a chance to get hands on with the game even earlier but also gives time for developers to receive some invaluable feedback on the game so that they can make any tweaks or balance changes necessary to ensure a smoother launch. After Infinity Wards last title Ghosts didn’t get received well by fans of the series, were hoping a beta test will also help in gaining back some good will for the developers.”

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