The new "Call of Duty" is out now dubbed as "CoD: Infinite Warfare." It comes with DLC, news, and deals. Here is how to play the game for free this weekend.
Activision has declared a free weekend for "CoD: Infinite Warfare." It is one of the princeliest free offerings from the game developers yet. Players interested to try the game can try to sample the online multiplayer, single player campaign, and zombies mode, across all platforms such as PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Two campaign levels are made accessible, whereas multiplayer will be applicable up to a rank of 15, and zombies up to a rank of three. In addition, whatever progress you have made in "CoD: Infinite Warfare" free game will be saved and carried over once you decide to purchase the game at the end of the free period. The trial is the company's response to the game's sales statistics, says GamesRadar, which was lower than preceding entries in the series.
The free weekend kicks off at 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time or 6 p.m. UK time this Thursday 15 December 2016, and finishes on 1 p.m. EST or 6 p.m. Tuesday 20 December 2016. This will be a full five days for players to find out if the latest "CoD: Infinite Warfare" ticks for them.
Personally, all of these free weekends games are interesting. Given that recent games are now continuously evolving because to patches and updates, a static demo might not precisely characterize the final product. This is the best way because you get to try the games without obligation and if you want to keep going, you can, says EuroGamer. Infinite Warfare got a decent but not stellar response. Infinity Ward's return is a important, spectacular package. Although it does not revolutionize enough to stick in the memory of the gamers, says Edwin in Eurogamer's "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" review.