Activision Blizzard Inc. this week released the Crossplay Open Beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 4, Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One, and the PC.
Pre-order customers can enter Sept. 19. All users can enter Sept. 20.
Crossplay functionality will allow users to opt in and battle against players on other platforms. By default, all users who utilize controllers will play against each other, while all users who utilize a keyboard and mouse will play against each other. Players have the option to be placed in a lobby where there are no control scheme filters.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a current retelling of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in which the user takes the role of a Tier One operator.
The title will include a single-player campaign with close-quarter, stealth operations and long-range combat, in addition to online multiplayer and co-op experiences.
A new graphics engine will support 4K HDR, photogrammetry, volumetric lighting, and DirectX Raytracing for PC.
The final release will include cross-play support for console and PC, and free post-release maps and DLC.
It will be sold Oct. 25.