There’s a lot of multiplayer action happening on consoles right now, between Microsoft’s Halo Infinite and EA’s Battlefield 2042. But we shouldn’t leave Call of Duty: Vanguard out in the cold, especially since Activision is about to allow players to try it for free.
The company has announced that Vanguard’s multiplayer is offering “free access” between today and November 22nd, allowing players to try out three dozen weapons across a variety of maps, including the fan favorite Shipment.
To download the multiplayer portion of the game, just look for it in the respected store for your platform, be it Xbox, PlayStation or PC. Once that’s done, you can log in and try the game out for yourself. Oh, and if you choose to upgrade to the full version once the trial ends on the 22nd, your progress will carry over so you don’t have to worry about leveling up all over again.
Read more about the trial here, and we’ll see you online!
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