Play Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Free on PC This Weekend, Watch New Zombies DLC Trailer
Multiplayer mode is free for everyone now through Sunday.
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Looking for something new to play this weekend? Activision has announced a free multiplayer weekend for the PC version Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Now through Sunday, you can play the shooter's multiplayer mode at no cost through Steam. Head to the game's Steam page here to get started.
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The free play weekend comes to a close on Sunday, December 20 at 1 PM PST / 4 PM EST.
Black Ops III is on sale this weekend on Steam for $45, a price that's good through December 21. The game's Digital Deluxe version, which comes with the base game and its DLC pass, is also on sale until December 21, marked down to $80 from its standard $100 price point.
In other Black Ops III news, developer Treyarch today released a new teaser video for the game's first expansion, Awakening, which launches in early 2016. This video focuses specifically on Zombies mode and is themed around the character Nikolai and his memories.
Awakening is the first of Black Ops III's four planned expansions. All DLC for the game launches first on PlayStation platforms as part of a new deal between Activision and Sony.