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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II hasn’t only received a new trailer. They’ve also publicly released pre-orders for the upcoming game, and you can find out all the details below on which edition comes with what, how you can get early access to the open beta for the game and some details on Warzone II.
Cross-Gen, Open Beta & Early Access For Modern Warfare II
If you pre-order the digital cross-generation bundle for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II on PS4, you’ll not only get access to Modern Warfare II for both PS4/PS5, you’ll also get early access to the open beta for the game. You’ll get the same for the digital cross-gen bundle on Xbox Series X/S. However, PS5 and PS4 pre-orders will receive access to the open beta before others, with the advert stating that it will be “available on PlayStation at least five days earlier than any other platform”.
Other Modern Warfare II Editions
As for what other editions you can get when it comes to Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Activision have actually been remarkably controlled when it comes down to it. In addition to the standard digital cross-generational bundle, you can also get a Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II Vault Edition. This edition of the game comes with (take a deep breath here):
- Full Game
- Red Team 141 (Four playable multiplayer operators with their own special masked outfit)
- FJX Cinder Weapon Vault
- Battle Pass (One Season)
- 50 Tier Skips
- Ghost Legacy Pack, available instantly to use in Modern Warfare (2019) and Warzone (Eleven Ghost Operator Skins, Ten Assault Rifle Weapon Blueprints)
- 10 Hours Double XP Tokens, 10 Hours Double Weapon XP Tokens At Launch
You can pre-order the game at the following locations:
Will it come with Warzone II?
At the moment, it’s unclear whether or not Warzone II will launch alongside Modern Warfare II. If it doesn’t, it’s a sure-fire bet that it’ll launch pretty soon afterwards and according to a reputable leaker, will feature a significant departure from the usual Warzone gameplay. According to the report, the game will be a lot closer in terms of gameplay to Call Of Duty: Blackout and will lock loadouts behind missions and objectives, while making players manage their inventory.