Modern Warfare 32 vs. 32 Ground War mode is coming. Infinity Ward revealed that the new modality, featuring 64 players, will be available during the next weekend beta’s window.
As said, It will be possible to play at Ground War in the second weekend of the beta. Starting from September 19th to September 23rd. The only map, in Modern Warfare beta, on which will be possible to play Ground War will be Karst River Quarry.
The beta’s weekend two starts September 19th at 10 AM PST, open to all PlayStation 4 players. Also, Xbox and PC players will be able to finally play Modern Warfare during this weekend. After the first beta’s weekend has been exclusively on PlayStation 4. Though, from September 19th to September 20th, on Xbox and PC, the beta will be in early access for those who preordered the game. Then, from September 20th at 6 PM PST to September 23rd 10 AM PST, the beta will open its doors to all players on all platforms.
“Early Access: Xbox and PC – 10 AM PST September 19th – 6 PM PST September 20th. Also during this time is the Open Beta for PS4 players.
Open Beta: ALL PLATFORMS – 6 PM PST September 20th – 10 AM PST September 23rd”
Modern Warfare allows Crossplay
In the second beta’s weekend, as Xbox and PC players join the battle, Modern Warfare will allow crossplay. Therefore it will be possible to play together across all platforms.
Alongside the novelty of crossplay, the mentioned above 32 vs. 32 Ground War mode resembles an experience similar to what Battlefield offers. While the 2 vs. 2 Gunfight mode on which the alpha was focused on, is the opposite of a large scale battle.
A lot of new introductions to the Call of Duty series, then. And these Modern Warfare beta weekends will cover a pivotal role in refining every aspect of them.
“This weekend, we’ll be kicking off weekend two of the Beta. We’ve already hinted a bit at Ground War, where you’ll take on more enemies in an all-out battle of 32v32 on a new map, Karst River Quarry. Not only that…but we’ll be bringing more players into the fight with Crossplay.”
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