All those who are looking to try out Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 before its release will get another chance to do so soon.
Publisher Activision has announced that the Multiplayer of the upcoming title will be playable at the 2018 CoD World League Championships in Columbus, OH from August 17th-19th.
The announcement came via a post on the Call of Duty Twitter page on July 6th.
CWL Champs is the last and biggest event of the competitive CoD season, featuring the top 32 teams of the world competing against each other for the $1.5 million prize pool.
All those in attendance over the age of 18 will have the chance to play the Black Ops 4 Multiplayer on Playstation 4, although the wait times will likely be long throughout the duration of the event.
This is not the first time where Black Ops 3 Muliplayer will be available for the public to try out, it was also playable during the E3 gaming convention and CWL Anaheim tournament during the month of June.
During both times, the new Multiplayer maps Contraband, Frequency, Seaside, and Payload were all playable, and will presumably also be available during Champs.