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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is going to be free for five days

Parts of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s campaign, multiplayer and zombies mode will be free to play later this week, Activision has announced.

After having launched earlier last month, Infinite Warfare is set to receive a pretty generous free trial on PS4 and Xbox One.

The playable demo will grant new players access to the first two missions of Infinite Warfare’s campaign and limited portions of the online multiplayer.

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Throughout the trial, which kicks off on December 15 and lasts until the 20th, players can grind their way to level 15 before hitting a wall.

The same restriction applies to Zombies in Spaceland, which caps players at level 3 during the trial period.

You’ll need PlayStation Plus and/or an Xbox Live Gold Membership to access the trial, so it isn’t completely free.

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Offering five free days of play so soon after release seems awfully strange to us, and could be a way of Activision rejuvenating interest in the game following underwhelming launch sales.

Time will tell, but we quite enjoyed Infinite Warfare, scoring it 7/10 in our review.

“A solid campaign and the excellent “Zombies” mode will see people stick around for a good while, but it won’t be long before buyers of the Legacy Edition switch over to Modern Warfare Remastered for good.”

Will you be checking out Infinite Warfare later this week? Let us know in the comments.

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