Disgraced publisher Activision has announced a free trial for Call of Duty: Vanguard‘s multiplayer just two weeks after launch. The announcement follows reports that Vanguard‘s launch sales in the UK were significantly down year-on-year both digitally and physically.
Vanguard‘s free access will begin on November 18th and end on November 22nd. Players will have full access to the game’s multiplayer, the place they will stage up over three dozen weapons earlier than they hit Warzone, unlock gear for a dozen Operators, and take a look at Combat Pacing and 17 maps, together with Champion Hill and Shipment.
“This Free Access period gives you a taste of what Vanguard owners get to experience before the next year stacks the deck with tons of free Multiplayer content,” developer Sledgehammer Games wrote. “Owning Vanguard also gets you a gripping single-player Campaign and a universe-expanding Zombies mode, let alone 24-hours exclusive access to Warzone Pacific’s new map Caldera when it launches on December 2.”
Activision is having a tough week. Its yearly juggernaut didn’t overview as favorably as it will have favored, and within the months main as much as launch, the writer acquired slapped with a lawsuit for unfair work practices, adopted by quite a few stories of its administration fostering a poisonous work atmosphere. To make issues worse, a prolonged and damning investigation printed by Wall Street Journal yesterday revealed that CEO Bobby Kotick knew concerning the allegations all alongside and intentionally shoved them underneath the rug. Kotick himself has been accused by a number of staff previous and current of misconduct, which features a loss of life risk.
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