Scump, a professional Call of Duty player recently stated why he wouldn’t purchase a PS5 to receive more Vanguard beta times. He said that the PS5 would not be worthwhile in the long-term.
Call of Duty’s newest title Vanguard is offering a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 beta to players who want to play the game. Vanguard’s PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5 Beta runs September 10-13.
Call of Duty players want to grab the beta version of a game as quickly as they can. Shroud is a professional Call of Duty player who has been a Twitch streamer for a while and shared his views on purchasing s5 to gain early access to beta.
Scump asked if the CoD legend would purchase a PS5 for Vanguard beta. This only lasts a few hours.
In response, he said “Minimum 600”, meaning $300 per day and two days of play is too much for him. It might be worthwhile to someone else, but it is not for him. This is his explanation. That’s how he does it.
It’s not difficult to see why $600 would be a high price for two days of gaming. Also, it is unlikely that anyone bought a PlayStation 5 to just play Vanguard beta. He probably doesn’t have enough cash to purchase a brand new PS5 for Vanguard. But $600 is far too high for just 48 hours of gaming.
Vanguard will release on November 5, with some other chances to enjoy the game. On September 16-17, the Xbox and Battle.net betas will open, along with a PlayStation beta for free. A free open beta for everyone will then be offered from September 18-20.