Professional Call of Duty player Scump recently explained why he won’t buy a PS5 just to get more Vanguard beta time, saying that it won’t be worth it in the end.

The newest Call of Duty title Vanguard, is hosting an exclusive PlayStation beta where players can get their hands on the game for the first time. Vanguard’s PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 beta runs from September 10 – 13.

When a new Call of Duty game is in beta, players are eager to get their hands on it as soon as possible. Professional Call of Duty player and popular Twitch streamer Shroud, shared his thoughts on buying a PS5 just to get early access to the beta.

The question on Scump’s Twitch chat was whether the CoD legend would buy a PS5 just for the Vanguard beta, which only lasts a few days.

He said in response to the viewer “Minimum 600,” meaning that $300 per day for two days of play for him is not worth it. Someone else might find it worthwhile but to him, it’s not. That concludes his explanation and that’s just how he works.

No doubt, $600 is a steep price to pay for only two days of gaming, and it’s unlikely that many people purchased a PlayStation 5 just to play the Vanguard beta. The OpTic veteran probably has enough money to buy a new PS5 just for Vanguard, but $600 for 48 hours of gameplay is too much for him.

Vanguard will be released on November 5th, with a few other opportunities to play the game before then. The Xbox and early access betas, as well as a free PlayStation beta, will be available on September 16-17. Then, from September 18 – 20, a free open beta will be available to everyone.