The beta will offer players a choice of 6 multiplayer modes to play on 6 different maps.
There will also be new weapons, equipment and scoring systems in place to be tried out. We were already informed during the initial announcement of the game that it would have a Battle Royale mode, but we had no idea what it would be like or how it would be set up. Unfortunately, this will not be playable in the upcoming multiplayer beta; however, players will be able to give it a try in the separate Blackout beta which is expected to launch in September.
Users who don't have access to the free multiplayer beta might know about this shortcut that required you to have a PSN account either in Hong Kong or Singapore letting you get the private multiplayer beta free, however, this seems to have been bypassed by Sony for those who use this trick to download the beta. This can be applied to any piece of Create-a-Class content.
Meanwhile, Call of Duty WW2, Sledgehammer's latest take on the series from past year, is making a noble, albeit comparatively unnoticed effort to tide its community over until October, when the Black Ops sequel releases.
Disguised Manafort income, tax preparer testifies
But when applying for a loan at UBS, he wanted to buff up his reported income to demonstrate he had the means to pay it back. Prosecutors tightened the noose on Manafort for the tax evasion charges Friday during questioning with Ayliff and Laporta.
USA job growth slows, trade deficit widens
The U.S. central bank said "the labor market has continued to strengthen and economic activity has been rising at a strong rate". The gauge includes part-time workers who'd prefer a full-time position and people who want a job but aren't actively looking.
Suspected Russian spy caught working inside US Embassy
As a result, the duties are limited to translation, interpretation, cultural guidance and administrative support. A Russian woman, whose name is not disclosed, fell under suspicion in 2016 during an internal audit of the U.S.
Facebook's dating app is now in testing
Facebook is reportedly aiming to cash in on the £11billion lonely hearts industry with a dating app to rival the likes of Tinder . Other options in the images seem to let you keep your normal Facebook profile and your dating Facebook profile separate.
Oil prices dip sharply on United States inventories
US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of an worldwide nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions on Iran has angered Tehran. Iranian officials have warned the country would not easily yield to a renewed US campaign to strangle Iran's vital oil exports.