The first Call of Duty: WWII closed beta is set to wrap up this Monday, but don't worry if you've missed out (or don't own a PS4), as the next phase of the beta kicks off this coming weekend. But what will this second weekend include? Will it be mostly the same, or can we expect a selection of new maps, modes, and features to try out?
It seems we'll find out what the next leg of the beta will involve this coming Wednesday, as Sony has revealed they're teaming up with Sledgehammer Games for a revealing livestream:
"This Wednesday we'll be sitting down with the team at Sledgehammer Games to get an exclusive preview of the second weekend of the Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Beta. We'll start by reviewing the takeaways from the beta's first weekend, discussing community feedback and key learnings that will roll into the final multiplayer experience, due out on November 3.
Then we'll look ahead to learn what's in store for the second phase of the beta, opening this coming weekend, including a preview of new content and other updates. And we'll address some community topics as well — be sure to leave your questions in the comments below!"
The second phase of the Call of Duty: WWII beta kicks off on September 1 and, unlike the first phase, will include the Xbox One. You can sign up by pre-ordering CoD: WWII or for "free" if you're an Xfinity cable subscriber.
Call of Duty: WWII launches on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on November 7. You can check out WWG's latest coverage of the game, right here.