Call of Duty: Vanguard is still six weeks away from launch on November 5, but its early access beta period is finally available on Xbox, starting with a beta for who performed the pre-sale for the first few days, and only after that will we have an open beta.
If you pre-purchased the game (or purchased a code), you can try it out. right now until monday, September 20th at 2pm Brazilian time, while everyone else can enter on Saturday, September 18th until the same date – Monday, September 20th.
“Early access runs September 16-17 on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. Open Beta access is available to all Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players from September 18-20. Xbox Live Gold membership is not required for this period only. “
In the beta, you’ll be able to “get hands-on experience with the main multiplayer combat of Call of Duty: Vanguard – immerse yourself in an advanced gunsmith, an all-new Caliber system and a new Champion Hill.”
Keep in mind that there are also separate versions for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. If you want to preload the open beta before this weekend, you should be able to use the Xbox mobile app to ‘Download to console’ remotely. Just search for the phrase “Vanguard Beta” in the app and you’ll find the two different versions under ‘Games’.
“Call of Duty: Vanguard will feature a massive multiplayer offering on launch day, with a wide variety of diverse environments with 20 maps, including 16 developed for the main game. The Beta is a small preview of what will come with Call of Duty: Vanguard when it will be released on November 5th. “
So if you’ve pre-ordered the game on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X or PC, you can get your code from this link. If you haven’t pre-purchased, then wait until next week for an open beta. With the links and tips above you can now download the open beta (Open Beta) on your Xbox and get everything ready.
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