If you didn’t get in on the Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare beta, no worries, there’s another one this weekend and this one includes crossplay. The company will be bringing PS4, Xbox One, and PC owners together in the next beta as you’ll have a chance to test out how all three will work together. We have more Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare details below, and Activision has complete details on their blog here.

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Weekend 2: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, & PC Beta (Crossplay)

This week’s Beta Test Weekend is for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC owners, starting from Thursday, September 19, and running to the morning of Monday, September 23.

PlayStation 4 owners: If you’re a PlayStation 4 owner, regardless of whether or not you pre-ordered the game, you can resume and continue to play the Open Beta free for the entire Weekend 2 period (both the Early Access and Open periods).

Weekend 2: Early Access

The open beta starts Thursday, September 19 for all PlayStation 4 owners and does not require a pre-order. In addition, anyone who has pre-ordered the game on Xbox One, or on PC via Blizzard Battle.net also can play starting Thursday, September 19. If you’re an Xbox One or PC owner and want to play Weekend 2 of the Beta for the longest possible time, be sure to pre-order. Check your local retailer or online here for pre-order information.

Weekend 2: Open

The rest of the Open Beta period, running to the morning of Monday, September 23, is accessible to all players on PlayStation, Xbox One, or PC, regardless of pre-ordered status. If you’ve got an Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold is required to play. If you have a PC, a Battle.net account is required to play. Other than these prerequisites and an internet connection, you should have everything you need to play. And reminder, the Weekend 2 of the Beta Test will include Crossplay.

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