Call Of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer Is Free For Limited Time Starting March 30

Call of Duty: Vanguard will be free to play for two full weeks.

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Those who don't own Call of Duty: Vanguard can enjoy select parts of the game's multiplayer experience during a Free Access event. Activision announced the free Vanguard content will become available on March 30 and run until April 13.

As part of the two-week-long free trial, anyone can get limited access to Vanguard's multiplayer across all platforms. This limited content will include a playlist of mixed game modes on Season 2's new maps Casablanca and Gondola. The free access will also include Season 2 Reloaded's large-scale warfare in The Alps with the new Arms Race mode, which features tanks and motorcycles to traverse Vanguard's largest map in an effort to destroy enemy bases. And lastly, a third playlist will include a mix of objective game modes on some of Vanguard's most popular maps, including Shipment and Das Haus.

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In addition to Vanguard's Free Access event, Snoop Dogg will come to Call of Duty later this week as a playable operator for Vanguard and Warzone. Call of Duty: Warzone is currently celebrating the changes to the Rebirth Island map with the limited-time Rebirth Reinforced event, which offers plenty of XP and rewards for those who participate.

Call of Duty: Vanguard recently added an experimental playlist in an effort to test better spawn point options for multiplayer. Players are encouraged to leave Sledgehammer Games feedback for the playlist in a special survey. While Vanguard works to improve the multiplayer experience, Warzone continues to stamp out cheaters. A Raven Software developer recently gave an update on Warzone's anti-cheat efforts, saying Ricochet is going to "keep growing and get better and better."

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