Sony’s PlayStation users are in for a treat with early access to the highly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 beta. Despite Microsoft’s looming acquisition of Activision, the game’s developer, Sony has secured an extended agreement to keep the Call of Duty series on its platform.
The news of the Modern Warfare 3 release was recently confirmed Activision, with the game set to launch on November 10. However, what sets PlayStation apart is the exclusive early access to the beta version of the game. An advertisement on the Sony Arabic YouTube channel revealed that PlayStation users will have the opportunity to play the beta at least five days before any other platform.
This early access, however, is only open to those who pre-order the game. Details about the exact date of the beta launch are yet to be announced, leaving fans eagerly waiting for an official announcement from Activision.
Additionally, while the release date is set for November, the complete reveal of the game is still pending. Speculations suggest that the grand reveal might take place within the much-anticipated Warzone 2.0. Gamers from all platforms are excitedly looking forward to what Activision has in store.
The ongoing events surrounding Modern Warfare 3 shed light on the intricacies within the gaming industry. The competition and dynamics between platforms are notably evolving, as evident from PlayStation’s strategic move to secure exclusive early access. As Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision nears, it becomes clear that gamers, regardless of their platform preference, have exciting times ahead.
– Activision, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, November 10 launch confirmed
– Sony Arabic YouTube channel advertisement reveals exclusive early access for PlayStation users
– CharlieIntel and Eurogamer report on the exclusivity deal and early access details.