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Black Ops 4 Blackout Private Beta To Roll Out In September, Treyarch Announced

There is a lot of eagerness among fans, regarding the Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout Private Beta, since it will be joining us coming September. This news was officially confirmed by Treyarch, just recently. Having said that, this Black Ops 4 Private Beta will be available early only on PlayStation 4.

A lot of details have been made available regarding this private beta. However, some of the important details include the starting and the ending dates of this Beta for various platforms.

As mentioned earlier, for PS4 it shall roll out as early as August 3, following that for Xbox One and then for PC. The schedule has been made available below.

  • PlayStation 4 (Starts: August 3 at 10am/PT – Ends: August 6 at 10am/PT)
  • PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (Starts: August 10 at 10am/PT – Ends: August 13 at 10am/PT)
  • PC Beta Early Access (Starts: August 10 at 10am/PT) *PC exclusively on Battle.Net
  • PC Open Beta (Starts: August 11 at 10am/PT – Ends: August 13 at 10am/PT)

The studio design director, David Vonderhaar talking about the game and how it is loved by everyone said

“Everyone who works on Blackout or plays is always eager to share a story they have”,”That game session might be a triumphant victory or a tragic loss — it might be how land, sea, and air vehicles collided in unexpected ways for a final showdown — or, it just might be a funny fail moment. No matter what, when people get done playing and want to tell the story of what happened to them afterwards, you know you have something special.”

Special it would be indeed, having said that we already were aware that the Black Ops 4 Blackout Private Beta shall roll out early for PS4, compared to other platforms. PlayStation Germany released a statement regarding the beta that it shall join the PS4 few days ahead.

So apparently the PS4 users will have the privilege of checking out the beta, before everyone else. Be that as it may are you excited for the Private Beta? Let us know what you think, in the comments below.