While we haven’t seen anything regarding Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s multiplayer, shooter fans will be glad to know that Infinity Ward seems to be gearing up for an Infinite Warfare beta — at least if retailers are anything to go by.
Pre-ordering Infinite Warfare at US retailers will net buyers an extra code that appears on the receipt that states it’s for a “future offer” and can be redeemed on the official Call of Duty website at a later time. Well, it seems this “future offer” is for an Infinite Warfare beta code. In a Target reservation card for the game, it states “scratch to reveal beta code” on the back.
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Bear in mind that Activision has not confirmed the existence of any Infinite Warfare beta, but seeing as last year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 had one, well, don’t be surprised if Infinite Warfare had one as well. Also of note, the official Activision support website confirms that retailers are giving out codes for a future offer but refrains from sharing any more info.
This code is for a future offer. We will email you further details on what this code gives in the near future. Please double check your email address and make sure it is up to date in our system. You can change your preferred email address in your Call of Duty profile.
Once we know more details, we’ll be sure to let you know.
Are you looking forward to try out the Infinite Warfare beta if there’s really one due this year? And are you pre-ordering it to gain access?