The new parts of Call of Duty and Battlefield were historically unsuccessful last year, as a result of which publishers had to take additional measures to support an active audience. So, already this week in Call of Duty: Vanguard will begin a two-week free access to multiplayer.
Activision Blizzard announced that on March 30, at 20:00 Moscow time, Call of Duty: Vanguard, the latest iteration of the popular military shooter series, will be available for free. The promotion will last until April 13, 20:00. Players will have access to new maps debuting in Season 2, as well as Alps Base Capture Mode.
There is no data regarding how free access to the game will be carried out. Apparently, it will be distributed as a separate version in the Battle.net launcher and digital stores on consoles.