Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Free Downloadable and Playable Beta Before Release!

As the end of the year rapidly approaches, the time has come for a brand-new Call Of Duty to take over the charts. This year, fans are eagerly awaiting Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III, a direct sequel to Modern Warfare II (2022). The game will continue the story of Captain Price and his team while introducing several new gameplay twists.


For the first time in the campaign, there will be open combat missions, allowing players to make free choices about what and how they accomplish their objectives. The multiplayer mode will feature all the maps from Modern Warfare II (2009), but redesigned, and the zombie mode is making a return with an open world setting.

As the hype around the game continues to grow, many fans are looking forward to the game’s beta version, which will actually be divided across two separate weekends.

The first weekend will be exclusively for PlayStation fans and will take place from October 6-10. The second beta will follow from October 12-16, available for all gamers including PlayStation, Xbox, and PC enthusiasts.

Access to the beta is available with the game’s pre-order, but you can also get it through a special promotion on Twitch.

The Call Of Duty Twitter account, run by CharlieIntel, recently shared the news that 50,000 beta codes will be distributed among those who watch Call Of Duty Warzone content on Twitch. The tweet stated, “Among the rewards for viewers of the World Series of Warzone final, held on September 16, is a chance to win a #MW3 beta code.”

To win a code, fans need to watch just 60 minutes of World Series Of Warzone stream, provided they’ve linked their gaming platform and Twitch account with Activision.

Other rewards are also available, such as XP boosts, emblems, weapon skins, and much more.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III will be released on November 10 this year for Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC platforms.

Source: GamingBible

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