Call of Duty: Vanguard, the next entry in the Call of Duty series (that will be announced in Warzone this week), will apparently have an alpha test and an open beta. It seems dates for these tests may have been leaked, in addition to the game’s release date and when its first Season will start.
Modern Warzone, which has accurately reported on unannounced Call of Duty information in past, says that Vanguard’s alpha period will be from August 27th to the 29th for PlayStation owners. That’s eight days after the official announcement of the game. An open beta will be heading to PlayStation on September 10th, ending a few days later on the 12th. Then from September 16th-20th, everyone will get their hands on the Vanguard beta.
Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch on November 5th, and its first season will begin on November 23rd, the report states. Of course, all of these are subject to change, Modern Warzone reminds everyone.
You can check out the list of potential release times for the alpha, betas, the game, and its first season, below:
- August 19 - Call of Duty: Vanguard will be announced
- August 27–29 — Alpha test will be available on PlayStation
- September 10–12 — Open beta will be available on PlayStation
- September 16–20 — Open beta will be available on all platforms
- November 5 - Call of Duty: Vanguard is released
- November 23 - Call of Duty: Vanguard’s first season begins
This is not too surprising, since Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War also held early testing and an open beta, which both launched on the PlayStation first. The favoritism is part of Activision’s ongoing timed exclusivity deal with Sony.