The multiplayer beta receives an update.
With the actual release of Call of Duty: WWII not too far away, you’d expect Sledgehammer Games to take it easy with the beta itself, but it seems that that is not their intention. An update has been released for the game’s console multiplayer beta, which increases the level cap and adds some new content for players to test out.
Firstly, and most notable, the level cap in the beta has been increased by five levels, going from thirty to thirty five. However, if you’re looking to hit prestige with future updates for the beta, that won’t be happening. New content has also been added, including weapons such as the M1928 SMG and a machine pistol. Two new basic training items, Instincts and Concussed, have also been added into the game.
A Flamethrower scorestreak is also part of the update, while Kill Confirmed mode has been added to the mosh pit. All around, a pretty sizeable update, in terms of new content, especially considering the fact that it’s for a beta. The full game itself launches in November for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Stay tuned to GamingBolt until then for more coverage on the game.