Following the PlayStation 5 Showcase event, and all the… madness that followed, Activision had even more news for the PlayStation Call of Duty fanbase. A new Calling Card, called Under Fire, will be available for free. However, it isn’t just being passed out for nothing! You have to complete a specific task first. Luckily, it’s probably a task you’ll be more than happy to take part in.
Under Fire Calling Card Guide
Seriously, this is easy! It barely even warrants a guide, but we want to make sure we’re spreading the word. Free stuff is pretty rad, after all! All you have to do is participate in the free Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Alpha test. As we’ve gone over before, that’s an open Alpha, available for anyone with a PlayStation 4 and a PlayStation Plus subscription. Just hop on over to the PlayStation Network store, download the client, and play! The playtime runs all weekend, ending on September 20, 2020.
The Alpha will have five maps available, and a few different modes of play. You can even try out the new Combined Arms game type, which combines the usual Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War gameplay but gives everyone access to vehicles as well.Sounds like a great excuse to make lots of extra explosions happen. We aren’t complaining.
For reference, you can check out this tweet straight from the source, detailing every map and game mode available in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Alpha. Check it out right here:
Jump into the PS4 #BlackOpsColdWar Alpha this weekend only!
✅ Team Deathmatch
✅ Kill Confirmed
✅ Combined Arms – Domination
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 17, 2020
And hey, while you’re here, we have plenty more coverage for all things Call of Duty, including Modern Warfare, Cold War, and of course Warzone. Check some out right down below:
- How Warzone Will Work in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
- How to “Lock” Doors in Modern Warfare and Warzone
- Warzone Old Wounds Intel Mission Guide
Are you excited about digging in to the Black Ops Cold War Alpha over the weekend? Or are you miffed about the console exclusivity? Let us know what you think over at the Prima Games Facebook and Twitter channels!