Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta was supposed to end today but Infinity Ward is giving players an extension. According to Infinity Ward, it has extended the beta for 24 hours.
The extension could be the result of matchmaking issues during the weekend and Infinity Ward wanting to give players more time.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta will now end on October 18 on PlayStation 4. The beta will also be available on Xbox One but not until October 21. Infinite Warfare beta will be live again during this time period as well.
Sadly, PC gamers won’t get to play the game ahead of its release. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4.
On a related subject, rumor has it that the next Call of Duty game could be set in Vietnam. Sledgehammer Games was working on a Vietnam-based COD game that was scrapped in favor of Advanced Warfare. However, the studio clearly stated that they can go back to Vietnam in the future.
Call of Duty 2017 is in development at Sledgehammer Games and we are hearing that they are bringing back Vietnam’s scrapped concept. Some may assume that Battlefield 1 may have something to do with Activision going back to in time, however, such decisions are made very early on.
If they are going back and ditching the future, Battlefield 1’s reception would have definitely encouraged the developers to be more confident with what they are working on.
Next Call of Duty should be revealed in early 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4 Pro. For more on Call of Duty, stay-tuned!