Activision announced the private beta for Call of Duty: WWII will start Aug. 25 for PS4 and Sept. 1 for the Xbox One. Unfortunately, the game publisher didn’t announce a private beta for gamers on PCs.

Since Activision has a partnership with Sony, gamers on the PS4 will be the first to participate in the private beta for Call of Duty: WWII. The beta will start at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) and end Aug. 28 at 10 a.m. PDT.

The second private beta weekend will start Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. PDT, and will end Sept. 4 at 10 a.m. PDT. This time around, gamers on the Xbox One and PS4 will be able to participate during that weekend.

To participate in the scheduled private betas, users must preorder any version of “Call of Duty: WWII.” The standard edition costs $60 while the Digital Deluxe Edition comes with the game’s Season Pass for $100. There’s also the $100 GameStop exclusive Pro Edition that comes with the Season Pass, a steelbook case and a limited edition hat.

Activision also released a new multiplayer gameplay trailer for Call of Duty: WWII earlier this week at E3 2017, which can be seen below:

Some new details about Call of Duty: WWII’s Headquarters mode also were outed earlier this week. CharlieIntel reported Headquarters mode will serve as some kind of a social hub between matches. This will be able to support as many as 48 players at a time, and players will be able to chat with one another.

Headquarters mode is also said to feature a Firing Range where players will be able to hone their skills or simply try to get used to new weaponry. Developer Sledgehammer Games didn’t show it off at E3 2017, but Headquarters mode will be available to try out during the private beta weekends in August and September.

Another thing that’s been confirmed for Headquarters mode is that players will be able to challenge each other in various ways, including a one-on-one battle called the 1v1 Pit. Players can challenge their friends to 1v1 Duels right on the Headquarters mode’s social area.

“Players will compete, earn rewards, show off their accomplishments, and connect with fans and friends,” Activision said on its blog post. “Unlike anything experienced in Call of Duty to date, Headquarters transforms the multiplayer experience by redefining how players engage with the game and with each other.”

Last week, International Business Times reported about the new Divisions system for the multiplayer mode on Call of Duty: WWII. Instead of the classic create-a-class system, Divisions will have players choose a type of soldier they want to play as in multiplayer modes.

Activision also revealed this week that preordering Call of Duty: WWII will also include the Divisions Pack, which will include five Premium Gear Sets, one for each of the five divisions in the game. The five Divisions are Airborne, Mountain, Infantry, Armored and Expeditionary Force.

Call of Duty: WWII is scheduled to be released Nov. 3.