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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Free Multiplayer Weekend Ends Tomorrow [Update]

Warzone players can enjoy a multiplayer playlist featuring two new maps for free this weekend.


Update: There's one day left to participate in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's free multiplayer weekend, which began last week and concludes on August 12.

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Now Playing: Call Of Duty Season 5: Everything You Need To Know

Season 5 of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's ever-evolving multiplayer suite kicked off earlier this week, and everyone can check out some of the new content for free for a limited time. As announced earlier this week, PS4, Xbox One, and PC Warzone players can try a multiplayer playlist until August 12 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. That gives you five days to play maps and modes normally reserved for Modern Warfare owners. All you need to do to partake in the free play event is have Warzone installed with the latest update.

The special playlist includes five multiplayer maps, including Suldal Harbor and Pretrov Oil Rig, which were just added with the Season 5 update. Rounding out the playlist are popular close quarters maps Shipment and Shoot House as well as Cheshire Park, a traditional map that was added to Modern Warfare in late June.

Four multiplayer variants are featured in the playlist--Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint--giving players a good mix of deathmatch and objective-based modes.

If you want to purchase the full experience and keep playing after the trial ends, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is currently on sale for all platforms. On PS4 and PC, Modern Warfare is discounted to $39, while Xbox One digital copies are down to $45. Modern Warfare is just one of the 10 games Xbox One users can try for free this weekend.

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