Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II has an open beta for all platforms

Game Drops has received official information. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is in open beta for all platforms. Check the details.

Check out all the details about the PC version of the beta this post on the Call of Duty blog.

To ensure the best possible gaming experience, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II includes many in-game options that can be adjusted to your personal preferences for graphics, audio, and interface. Just use the settings menu, which can also be accessed during matches.

ESSENTIAL MODERN WARFARE II menu options

With over 100 settings in total, this guide does not cover all options and tweaks. The in-game menu offers an explanation for each of your options, so here are the basic game options.

Using the new Quick Settings feature, you’ll be able to access the most important options in one place, fully customizable to your taste.

BETA PC Specifications

Minimum specifications for open beta:

• Operating system: Windows 10 – 64 bit (latest update)

• Processor: Intel Core i5-3570 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X

• Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or AMD Radeon RX 470

• Video memory: 3 GB

• RAM: 8 GB RAM

• Storage space: 25 GB

• Network: Broadband Internet connection

• Sound card: DirectX compatible

• Requires directx 12 compatible system

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Recommended specs for Open Beta:

• Operating system: Windows 10 – 64 bit (latest update)

• Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K or AMD Ryzen 7 1800X

• Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580

• Video memory: 6 GB

• RAM: 16 GB RAM

• Storage space: 25 GB

• Network: Broadband Internet connection

• Sound card: DirectX compatible

• Requires directx 12 compatible system

Recommended drivers for AMD/NVIDIA

AMD: 22.9.1

• NVIDIA: 516.59

Quick settings

The Quick Settings menu in Modern Warfare II is simple and allows the player to change up to 15 saved options for any setting before or during matches.

By default, settings such as volume, sensitivity, and brightness are all stored in Quick Settings. Usually they are in different menus, but with the quick settings option, they can be accessed and changed in a simple and quick way. While in the menu, look for the “Save to Quick Settings” command at the bottom of the screen and save your favorite settings for easy access.

See full information about Modern Warfare II for console with basic settings for controls, mouse and keyboard, gameplay, graphics, interface and more Call of Duty blog (in English).

Other new PC features are available, such as new search function, game, control, display, audio, account and network 🤦

Open Beta – Week 2

Fans will also receive great in-game rewards by participating in the Open Beta:

Call of Duty: Next: Modern Warfare II Early Beta Download and Rewards

We know fans were excited about the beta launch on 9/22. And now players on all platforms will be able to pre-download the beta on September 14th at 14:00 GMT. The pre-download is only valid for those who have made an exclusive pre-purchase in the digital stores.

To remember all the details of the beta dates, fans can access this post on the Call of Duty blog.

It doesn’t matter when or where fans access the Open Beta1: Everyone will be able to enjoy the largest collection of free rewards in Call of Duty history! There will be 10 different rewards – including two weapon blueprints and an operator skin – that can be earned during one or both of the beta weekends. Items can be equipped during the beta itself when they are unlocked and can only be unlocked during the beta period. So, fans should stay tuned so they don’t miss this opportunity.

These special beta rewards, which can only be earned during the open beta period, will be available to those who earned them when Modern Warfare II launches on October 28th.

The beta rewards will also be used in the upcoming Call of Duty: Warzone, which will be released later this year.

Below is what can be unlocked:

Badge: “Smashed It”: Opens at operator level 2

Pendant: “buckles”: Opens at operator level 4

Player Cards: “Test Passed”: Unlocks at operator level 6

Sticker: “Operation First Blood”: Unlocks at operator level 10

Weapon Project: “Side Effects”: Unlocks at operator level 15

Operator Skin: “Collision”: Unlocks at operator level 18

Vinyl: “No Competition”: Unlocks at operator level 19

Safety First Sticker: Opens at operator level 21

Car Skin: “Storied”: Opens at operator level 26

Weapon Project: “Frontal Impact”: Unlocks at operator level 30

Fans who don’t want to miss any Modern Warfare II news should keep an eye on Call of Duty blog Over the next few days to watch:

  • Review of Modern Warfare II Gunsmith and FJX Cinder Weapon Vaulttwo.
  • All Call of Duty confirmations: The following announcements will be made when the event ends.
  • Guides, tips and tactics for all aspects of Modern Warfare II Open Beta.

For all the details on the rewards, including what the Vault Edition does during beta and the content already available in Call of Duty®: Vanguard and Call of Duty®: Warzone™, fans can access this post.

(1) Actual platform availability and MP Beta release dates are subject to change. see on the official website For more details. The minimum duration of open beta is 2 days. Limited time only. Online multiplayer subscription may be required.

(2) The design of the Weapon Vault is limited to the contents of the Weapon Vault at launch.

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