If you pre-ordered a copy of the game and already registered, you should be getting your Beta token any time now. If you pre-purchased the game through the PlayStation Store, you don't need a code, you just go and download the beta and get to playing.
The multiplayer beta was set to launch for folks who pre-ordered on the PlayStation 4 tomorrow, but developer Treyarch managed to get its ducks in a row and go live a bit earlier then expected.
Let's go! #BO3Beta— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) August 18, 2015
@zareck2190 PS4 tokens have begun rolling out. Once you have one, start downloading.— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) August 18, 2015
The beta includes access to a handful of Specialists, unlockable weapons and a variety of Core gameplay modes before winding up on Aug. 23. The Windows PC and Xbox One beta for the game is set for a Aug. 26 kick-off.
This will be the first beta for a Call of Duty game since 2008's Call of Duty: World at War, which was also developed by Treyarch.
The game launches on Nov. 6.
Check out some beta gameplay below.