The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta went live this past friday for PS4 users. The closed beta required an access code to download it, which was given to fans who had pre-ordered Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Since the release of the Beta, thousands of players have downloaded it and have been enjoying it ever since.
The Beta has had a few issues since its release on October 14th. The matchmaking was awful when the beta first came out, but Infinity Ward released an update which fixed the issue. Infinity Ward also introduced a few new things, alongside the matchmaking fixes. After downloading the update, players noticed that a new game mode and a new map were added to the beta.
Infinity Ward added Kill Confirmed to the game modes of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta. For those of you who are new to Call of Duty, Kill Confirmed is a game mode where you have to kill your enemy and then collect their Dog Tag in order to earn a point. It’s similar to Team Deathmatch, but to earn a point, you must collect your victim’s Dog tag. Infinity Ward also added a new map to the map rotation of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta. Players can now fight on the map called Precinct.
The description for Precinct reads, “Set in Japan following the invasion of the Settlement Defense Front, Precinct is a medium sized map that uses grand interiors and the city’s winding backstreets as primary locations for combat. Focusing on easy targets and enemy recognition, the map supports all play styles while driving frontline engagements.”
The Beta is live now for PS4 users. Xbox One users will get a chance to play the Beta next weekend. PS4 users will also have access to the Beta next week, so they will be able to play it twice. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare comes out on November 4th for PS4, Xbox One and PC.