As the Modern Warfare II beta is just one week away, Activision has come out and revealed an extensive list of rewards on offer. For players jumping into the beta between September 16th and September 26th, there’s a whole host of exclusive content to be unlocked. Unfortunately, it’ll require some effort to unlock the free items, as levelling up in the beta is the only way to acquire these items.
There are ten items in total to unlock, ranging from emblems to charms and from weapon blueprints to vehicle skins. It’s a veritable feast of free content, and as the beta will be open on all platforms for a period of time, it costs absolutely nothing to unlock it all. Well, it’ll cost time and effort, but that’s something worth giving up to get a taste of Modern Warfare II ahead of its launch on October 28th.
MODERN WARFARE II OPEN BETA: ALL REWARDS
If there’s one thing the creative teams at Activision do well, it’s generating a clean, exciting infographic. Fortunately, that’s just what they did to announce the rewards coming as a key part of the Modern Warfare II open beta.
As the infographic shows, there are ten components that players can unlock as they progress through the open beta. It all begins with an animated emblem, which players will receive for passing ‘Operator Level 2’ while playing the beta. This is relatively easy, and it should be accomplished within just one game on whatever platform the player desires.
However, the rewards go all the way up to Operator Level 30 – which will give the player an exclusive weapon blueprint for the ACR. For most players, the sweet spot will be at the Operator Level 18 point, where an exclusive skin will be unlocked, named Collision. If there’s one thing modern Call of Duty players adore, it’s an operator skin. Recently, Call of Duty has seen some rather bizarre operators pass through its doors, such as Snoop Dogg, the Terminator, and Rambo.
WILL YOU MAKE IT IN TIME?
For the best Call of Duty players out there, this is an easy challenge that will be completed in the course of a single session. However, for the more average players out there – or those playing under time constraints – it might seem like a difficult task to reach Operator Level 30 in such a short period of time.
If you’re a PlayStation owner and you’ve pre-ordered the game, you’ll be able to access the beta from the 16th to the 26th of September. This is the biggest advantage any Call of Duty gamer has at the moment, and it’s time that should be invested wisely. If you’re a PC or an Xbox gamer and you’ve pre-ordered the game, you’ll be able to access the open beta from the 22nd to the 26th of September.
Unfortunately, the players that are in the worst position going into the beta are PC and Xbox gamers that haven’t pre-ordered the game. For these gamers, the window will be between the 24th and the 26th of September, giving them just two days to unlock all the free open beta rewards.
We’ll be seeing a full breakdown of the entire future of COD this week, on the 15th of September, at Call of Duty.