If you’re thinking about getting your hands on Activision’s upcoming Call of Duty: WWII but not sure if you should spend the money now on pre-ordering the game, not to worry because if you recall, it was announced a couple of weeks ago that an open beta for the PC would be made available on the 29th of September, and now it seems that the open beta is live. This means that players who want to try before they buy can do so since this is an open beta, meaning that it will be available to all.

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For gamers who are interested in taking part in the open beta, you will need to meet certain hardware requirements which includes Windows 7 64-bit or later, an Intel Core i3-3225 or better, at least 8GB of RAM, 25GB of HDD space, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or an AMD Radeon H D 7850 with 2GB of VRAM or better. Activision claims that this test is meant to stress test the game’s servers so that when the game is released, things will go smoothly without too much server issues, if any at all.

There will also be certain features of the game that will be unique to PC gamers and we’re not talking about gameplay features, but rather certain “improvements” to the game which includes native 4K support, a frame rate cap slider up to 250fps, FOV resizing, support for full remapping of keyboard and mouse, controller support, G-Sync monitor support, ultra-wide monitor support, and advanced video settings.

Call of Duty: WWII is currently set for a release on the 3rd of November, so gamers will have about a month to decide if they want to get their hands on it.

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