The article has been reworded correctly. We made the mistake of reporting that Xbox One users are able to pre-load Black Ops 3. That option has not been offered as of this writing.
The digital versions of Treyarch’s just-revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 can now be pre-ordered on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam.
The description reads that the “Xbox One game expected to release on 11/6/2015. You may download the game from Xbox Live before then, but it will not be playable until 12:01 AM EST on the release date.”
In addition to a Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Closed Beta Access Key which should arrive in your inbox within one to two days, players will also be rewarded with this Black Ops 3-themed personalization pack for use in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
UPDATE: Pre-orders have also just opened up on the PlayStation Store. You’ll now find the Black Ops 3 Digital Edition for $59.99 USD, Digital Deluxe Edition for $99.99 USD, and Season Pass for $49.99. Pre-orders include a Black Ops 3-themed personalization pack for use in Advanced Warfare as well as a Black Ops 3 PlayStation 4 theme.
Similarly, GameStop is now offering this unique Black Ops 3 poster as a pre-order reward, which GameStop says is only available at their outlets.
PC users will also now find Black Ops 3’s Digital Deluxe Edition and Season Pass for pre-purchase on Steam, though the page read that “additional Call of Duty: Black Ops III products will be available soon.” It too includes access to the Black Ops 3 Closed Beta later this year.
More details on the Black Ops 3 Closed Beta are expected in the coming months, though insider Drift0r reports that it should go live roughly one to two months before launch for a duration of one to two weeks.