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Which is when players will finally be able to experience and witness just what Call of Duty meets Battle royale is all about. With the Black Ops 4 Private Blackout Beta kicking off on PlayStation 4 on September 11 in ANZ, followed by the Blackout PC and Xbox One Beta on September 15 at 3am AEST. And finally, a PC Beta open to all players via Battle.net on September 16 at 3am.

Playing the Blackout Beta on console is limited to those that pre-order Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, with the open beta it seems limited to PC which goes live on September 16 via Blizzard Battle.net.

This follows the recent multiplayer betas that took place a few weeks ago, which managed to impress most - so it'll be interesting to gauge the feedback for the new Blackout mode.



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