Good luck if you are trying to get into the Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer beta. The recent E3 reveal of the game and beta announcement seem to have broken the part of the Call of Duty web-site necessary to redeem game codes.
If you were one of the numerous interested players who stormed Call of Duty's official site to investigate how to redeem your private (a fancy word for closed) beta key after pre-ordering a PlayStation 4 copy of the game, you were most likely faced with this screen.
Call of Duty will move millions of copies, no matter what the general state of the franchise is at any given point, but this does come as a little bit of a surprise, considering the almost universal consensus that the franchise lost in their latest annual rife measuring contest against Battlefield 1.
The beta was confirmed to be a delayed exclusive deal for PlayStation 4 during Sony's E3 presentation. Owners of the console will be able to participate in the private beta as early as 25 August 2017, while everyone else is still waiting for an announcement regarding beta testing on their platform of choice.
Whether this technical hiccup is indeed a direct result of the multiplayer beta reveal or if it's just a regular old screw-up is still unclear. We can be sure that Activision will start boasting soon if the former happens to be true. We have inquired about the reason for this error, and will update once we have a reply.