Previously scheduled to last until today, Activision has announced that the upcoming shooter's open beta will now run an additional two days.
Eagle's Nest, Search and Destroy, two more featured playlists and cross-platform support will be available during this weekend's beta.
While the upcoming first person shooter's reveal trailer made no mentions of Activision, the company's logo can be spotted once again in its recent multiplayer reveal.
Both maps will benefits will benefit from new reactive environments. Sledgehammer's Adam Iscove also confirms FOV slider for consoles.
Beenox is also handling the PC version, implementing multi-monitor support and uncapped framerates along with accessibility features.
Out later this, the new map offers various new points of interest and uses the same tech and engine as Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Tactical Sprint, blind-fire from cover, different caliber bullets and much more are new for this year's multiplayer with 20 maps at launch.
Double time sprinting from 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare returns while new maps like Hotel Royal are also showcased.
Insider reveals that the multiplayer beta embargo will lift at 10:30 PM PST tomorrow, with various publications sharing footage.
Following the invasion of her city by the Germans, Polina Petrova takes up a rifle and fights. Weapon mounting and sneaking are also showcased.
It wouldn't be a proper Call of Duty reveal without a number of issues that have us concerned for launch. Check out six of them here.
The company's logo seems to have disappeared, despite usually being the first thing you would see on boot up.
PlayStation players can try out the new Champion Hill mode, a round-robin tournament, along with four Operators and 10 attachments.
Following reports earlier this year claiming the same, it's now been confirmed that Activision has now got all of its studios on Call of Duty detail.
Geoff Keighley confirms that the first playthrough of one of the levels from the shooter's campaign will debut at the show on August 25.
Though it was originally noted to be 270 GB, the current Microsoft Store listing reveals that only 75 GB is needed for installation.
A World War 2 campaign, 20 multiplayer maps at launch, a new Zombies mode developed by Treyarch, and more have been confirmed.
In a recent interview with VentureBeat, Sledgehammer COO Andy Wilson talked about the possibility of developing a non-Call of Duty game in the future.
Insider Tom Henderson says it's "probably one of the best-looking games on current-gen consoles" and admires the overall crispness.
The Sledgehammer Games-developed 2021 Call of Duty entry has been formally announced, with a reveal coming on August 19.