Many online multiplayer titles offer sporadical free weekends, allowing those who have yet to purchase a game to experience what they may be missing out on. Call of Duty is no stranger to offering free weekends. Interestingly however, this time it is the Zombies mode that will be made free – and not just for a weekend, but a whole week.
Announced on its blog, the “Black Ops Cold War Zombies Free Access Week” will allow everyone across PlayStation, Xbox and PC the opportunity to play the Zombies mode from the recently released Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
Taking place between the 14th and 21st of January, players will be able to try the traditional zombies experience on the Die Maschine map, the ‘Cranked’ mode – which requires you to kill zombies to reset a timer – while PlayStation users will also be able to play the timed-exclusive Onslaught mode, which places zombies on the regular multiplayer maps.
While PlayStation and PC users will be able to freely access the week long trial, Xbox users will be required to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription in order to access the trial.
To those who do partake in the ‘Black Ops Cold War Zombies Free Access Week’, all progress towards character and weapon levelling will transfer over should you end up purchasing the full game following the conclusion of the free period. While weekend trials can sometimes feel too short, especially if the game’s download files are large, offering a week long trial will give everyone plenty of time to slay some Nazi zombies.
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