The Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta is now available and open to access. Another good news is that later on when Blackout is scheduled to come out the beta version won’t require a sized download. The MP beta would just change to the Black Ops 4 Blackout mode. Blackout is going live later in September so it would be a sensible thing to hold on to your downloaded MP Beta update.
The Multiplayer Beta is has introduced two exciting maps. Moreover, a Team Deathmatch is offered in a 6v6 format. Players can also use more than one playable Specialists in the same team. The Black Ops 4 MP Beta is only accessible to the pre-order purchasers at PlayStation 4. PC and Xbox users would be able to experience the beta version at the end of this week.
For the players who have had the pleasure of accessing Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta, don’t delete the update yet. A recent Tweet suggested that if you have already downloaded the MP beta there won’t be a need to fuss over downloading the Battle Royale mode from the start:
Once the Black Ops 4 MP Beta is done, do not delete the beta file from your console! The Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Beta download file will automatically change to Blackout beta in September
The already installed Multiplayer Beta would simply change into the Blackout mode. We are not sure till now about the size of the Blackout update but it surely would less of a problem than starting the download all over again. Hence, the advice of Charlie Intel‘s Tweet makes sense.
The Blackout beta is expected to be full of features that the Battle Royale format demands. The full Black Ops 4 game comes out on October 12. PC and Xbox user need not to worry because the final game is coming out on all platforms.