A new Call of Duty game is on the horizon, and ahead of the Call of Duty: Vanguard release date, you'll have a chance to jump in and try the multiplayer game in open beta. For PC players, the open beta runs September 18-20, although you can get in a couple days ahead of time if you pre-order.
Sledgehammer revealed a raft of new details about Vanguard in a stream today, and that includes some new information on the beta. As in years past, PlayStation players will get an exclusive early look, with the pre-order early access period running September 10-13 and an open beta from September 16-20.
On PC and Xbox, the pre-order early access phase runs September 16-17, with the open beta starting up September 18, as noted above. Each phase of both early access and open beta will begin and end at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. BST. Charlie Intel reports that the beta weighs in at about 9 GB on the PlayStation 5. It'll be different on PC, where you'll be downloading it through the Battle.net launcher, but it should be somewhere in that ballpark in terms of download size.