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Black Ops 3 Beta Progress Won’t Be Carried Over to Full Game
The beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is coming August 19, 2015 so only a few week away. With this upcoming access to the game, people may have some interesting questions related to the access they get.
One such question was raised on the Black Ops 3 Reddit and while some replies may not have been polite, the answer was finally revealed to the user. As with many betas any experience gained will be wiped from the server before the game officially releases. So don’t bother doing any level grinding.
This is often done so as not to give players an edge over people who start to play on the official release, which is only fair. There are cases where player’s experience is carried over to thank them for their hard work in testing the game, but this is not the case with Call of Duty.
While players are getting an early taste of the game they have to remember that this early access is actually given so that they can use it to test out network code, and find any bugs that are still causing issues leading up to the final release. User data created at this time may not be compatible with the final product.
The first phase of beta testing will be for Playstation 4 owners, with PC and Xbox One players getting access August 26. To be able to play you will have to pre-order the game and then be provided with a code that can be redeemed on the Call of Duty site.
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