Thanks to the code-breaking efforts of the Call of Duty neighborhood, gamers delighting in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War open beta will see their playtime extended by 24 hr.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War entered into beta throughout PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC today, with crossplay made it possible for. After e-mails appealing gamers to resolve a series of coded messages were sent to over the weekend, the neighborhood united to take on the puzzles. The benefit was a one-day extension to the cross-platform beta, which indicates it will now close at 6pm UK time on 20th October, rather of the formerly marketed 19th October.
?OPEN BETA EXTENDED?
Thanks to the code-breaking efforts of our amazing neighborhood, an additional day of the #BlackOpsColdWar Beta has actually been opened!
The Beta will now end on Oct 20th at 10am PT. pic.twitter.com/Mu7FC0F4hR
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 17, 2020
“Thanks to the code-breaking efforts of our amazing neighborhood, an additional day of the #BlackOpsColdWar Beta has actually been opened!” the authorities Call of Duty Twitter account tweeted. “The Beta will now end on Oct 20th at 10am PT.”
It’s possible not all fans will be grateful for the extra time, however. As Wes reported the other day, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War console players are turning off crossplay to attempt to leave PC cheaters in the beta. Despite development not rollovering from the beta into the complete release, cheaters have actually currently been identified messing up the video game for others.