Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Will Be Free This Upcoming Weekend, With Some Limitations

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Still on the fence when it comes to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare? Well, don’t worry because Activision will soon give you the chance to try out the game for free and decide for yourself if it’s worth buying or not. The company announced recently that a limited-time free trial will be available for five days, starting on December 15 at 10 AM PST and ending on December 20 at around the same time. According to the FAQ section found on the official website, the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trial will only be available on PS4 and Xbox One. The page also mentions that a PS Plus membership is required for Multiplayer and the Zombie mode on PS4 and an Xbox Live Gold subscription is required for all game modes on the Xbox One.

Between December 15-20 gamers will be granted access to all three of Infinite Warfare’s game modes, albeit with some limitations. Namely, the trial version will only include the first two levels of the single-player campaign while in multiplayer and Zombie mode gamers will be capped at levels 15 and 3, respectively. Activision also mentions that all your progress will carry over to the full version of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare should you decide to purchase the game afterward.

If you’re interested in taking advantage of this offer just head over to the PS Store or the Microsoft Store and look for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Free Trial. In addition to a PS Plus/Xbox Live Gold membership, you may also want to free some disk space because the trial version weighs in at no less than 60 GB. As you may have already guessed, this isn’t just a demo version of the game but rather the full version with restricted access, which is why it requires so much disk space. On the bright side, if you do decide to buy Infinite Warfare after playing the trial, you will not be required to download anything else.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched back in November to mixed reviews and is generally considered a decent, if rather generic, entry in the long-running series. We gave the game a score of 7.6 in our review, which you can read at this link right here.

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