Call of Duty: World at War multiplayer beta in October

Everyone seems to have loved Call of Duty 4, and despite some hesitance at the mention of Treyarch, the next installment in the CoD series should prove to be quite a hit financially. But how will it function as a game?

Well, you’ll be able to find out this October, as the upcoming Call of Duty: World at War is opening up a multiplayer beta nearly a full month before its November 11 release date for both the Xbox 360 and PC.

Recently Call of Duty: World at War faced some controversy when Treyarch presented Olympic champion Michael Phelps with an early copy of the game (which later was found out [off camera] to be an empty box serving as a pre-order). Some criticized the move of making it look like they were handing out an early copy; some criticized the move of trying to gain popularity by gifting Phelps and not some actual combat veterans. No matter which side of the fence you were on, I’m sure Treyarch is hoping this announced beta will help bring gamers back to their side.

To get in on the beta, you can register the game at any GameStop or sign up at the Call of Duty website.


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