It’s been less than a month since the premiere of Call of Duty: Vanguard, and this weekend, players will be able to experience the online mode for free. The developers from Sledgehammer Games are reacting to the state of the market and the premieres of competing titles.
Call of Duty: Vanguard debuted earlier this month, followed by Battlefield 2042 in Early Access (full launch this week) and creators Halo Infinite. Surprised that they offered their status for free about a month before the premiere. What would hammer games do in this case? The creators invite you to shoot.
According to charlieINTEL, the first free weekend will be on Call of Duty: Vanguard servers from November 18-22. During this time, players will be introduced to the online situation, and the shipment will appear on the market in the meantime.
Free access to Call of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer has been announced, play all multiplayer for free from November 18-22.
The shipment will be available on November 17th.”
Preloading will likely start tomorrow, which will allow players to easily download files before the weekend. The situation is definitely tough for Call of Duty and Battlefield, because the latest version of Halo is available for free. The game also offers improved gameplay – players are currently only complaining about the slow progress, but the developers are already dealing with this element.
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