“Call of Duty: Vanguard” Is Now Free To Play For A Short Time
Call Of Duty – Vanguard is now free to play. This game, known as the most popular Call Of Duty title in years, has been a hit with many. However, it will only be available for a short time.
Activision will offer a free extended trial to players starting tomorrow, March 30. The problem will end on April 13, and the game will remain completely free for two weeks.
The two-week trial allows players to access a large part (but not all) of Vanguard’s multiplayer mode on all platformers. Expect a mixture of maps and game modes, with the main focus on Season 2’s new offerings.
The new maps Casablanca, Gondola and Grand Access to Arms Race Mode will be available for free. In this mode, players use vehicles to cross The Alps (Vanguard’s largest) and destroy enemy bases. A third playlist will also feature objective-based gameplay modes on several of the most popular maps, such as Shipment.
Activision made a candid statement earlier this year admitting that Modern Warfare and Warzone are in a terrible state. It’s hard to believe this new trial is an attempt to bring back lapsed players and attract new players.
Activision sent a message to Call Of Duty fans via Twitter, saying that they wanted to “take a moment to talk about fixing it.” “We are listening, and we understand your frustrations.
“Our teams are working hard to address the issues experienced across Vanguard and Warzone. As soon as possible, updates are being released. Everybody should have the same seamless experience regardless of game, game mode or platform.
Vanguard sales saw a marked decrease in Black Ops cold War. This probably means that the free trial will be a massive help to the game. Keep an eye out for this.