While PS4 players had the best chance of testing the new Call of Duty in the beta test, playing on other platforms has its advantages.

Unfortunately, Xbox One players will have to wait to play new content as in the past; However, PC players have a nice little freebie that they can now enjoy.

This weekend, Activision Black Ops has 4 beta tests on PS4, Xbox One and PC, but only one of them is free for everyone to play.

That's because Black Ops 4 Open Beta is currently running on Battle.net and will last for the rest of the weekend.

Unlike Xbox One and PS4, PC COD players only need a Battle.net login to download and install the Black Ops 4 Beta.

Players who pre-ordered the PC version were given an additional full day of beta action on August 10th.

And there is enough time left to participate. The second Black Ops 4 beta test runs until Monday, August 13th.

Call of Duty's Black Ops 4 beta test will be terminated worldwide at the same time.

It will be in the UK at 6 o'clock BST which is 10 o'clock PT and 1 o'clock ET.

You can download the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Beta by visiting the Battle.net Launcher.

If you're wondering if your PC can handle Black Ops 4, here are the specifications you'll need for the new Call of Duty.

CALL BLACK OPS 4 – PC MINIMUM SPECS

• Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit or higher

• CPU: Intel Core i5 2500k or equivalent AMD

• RAM: 8 GB of RAM

• HDD: 25 GB HD storage space

• Video: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB / GTX 1050 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850

• DirectX: Version 11.0-compatible graphics card or equivalent video card

• Network: broadband internet connection

• Sound card: DirectX compatible

This is the first time that Xbox One and PC fans have been able to play Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Beta.

The first Black Ops 4 beta test was exclusive to Call of Duty players on PS4.

Black Ops 4 beta codes were sent to those who pre-ordered the next episode of the hugely popular Call of Duty series.

However, there have been a number of ways to get free Call of Duty Black Ops 4 beta codes.

Unfortunately, Activision has not confirmed that there will be an open beta for Call of Duty Black Ops 4 on the console.

However, at this point, it seems unlikely that Activision will look for more players for the release date in October with a full year full of games.

The current beta includes six playing cards, ten trial specialists and six multiplayer modes.

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