Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is all set to launch on October 1. And as the launch date close in, the title entered Phase two of Open Beta this weekend, with cross-play enabled. The first phase of the beta which was made available exclusively to PS4 players, ended on Monday. The second phase kicked-off on 19th September. And now, as the second beta phase is live, it seems like cross-save is another feature available in the Call of Duty.
As the latest beta enabled a cross-play feature, players who are playing the COD: Modern Warfare beta, are reporting that they are able to transfer their game progress between different platforms, including PS4 and Xbox, thereby, confirming that cross-save and progression is enabled. Here’s what IGN tweeted:
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare beta players are reporting being able to transfer their save progress between different platforms, suggesting cross-platform progression is enabled. https://t.co/TXhb2GU7jV pic.twitter.com/GmRSaANt8o
— IGN (@IGN) September 20, 2019
Interestingly, cross-progression allows players to save their game progress and even allows them to switch between different platforms without losing any progress.
For those who pre-ordered any edition of the game on these platforms, will get early access to phase two beta from September 19-20 onwards. The test then opens up to all players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC from September 21–23.