Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare News & Updates: PS4 Pre-Orders Skyrocket Due to Multiplayer Beta

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Written by Maria Betina

The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is set for an early release this November and those who are too excited for the game have the option to pre-order and get access to the multiplayer beta. The multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is already released for PlayStation 4, those who own an Xbox One will have to wait a little longer for the launch for their multiplayer beta next weekend. Note that a PC version for the multiplayer beta will not be possible. However, all platforms get to enjoy the game once it is launched officially on November 4. Moreover, those who opt to purchase editions that are $80 or more will be getting a bonus copy of Modern Warfare: Remastered while those who pre-order for the PS4 can play the Modern Warfare: Remastered campaign already. All these early access has caused the sales for the pre-order of The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare to fly sky high.

There is also a new franchise called Mission teams, the game site had this to say:

“By completing missions while enlisted in a team, you will earn a team rank. Complete those missions with honors, and you will earn extra experience toward your rank. Ranking up will give you rewards from that team, including calling cards, camos, emblems, unique Rig cosmetics, as well as specific prototype weapons that are only available from that team. “Your team must grab a drone and defend it, gaining points while holding on and keeping it out of enemy hands. Teamwork is essential here in order to make sure your points add up until the drone resets and the cycle starts again. “We’ve only begun to scratch the surface as far as the content in the beta goes, and Infinity Ward also has some surprises in store for you, So play as often as you can, and keep your eyes peeled. We’ll see you online!”

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Maria Betina

Maria has been a writer since 2010 and graduated from De La Salle University in 2014. She enjoys researching and writing about games, tech and entertainment.

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