UPDATE ON CALL OF DUTY: FREE ACCESS TO COLD WAR AND NEWS ON THE WARZONE PATCH
Activision’s latest Call of Duty update confirms that more free content will be added to Black Ops: Cold War, as well as a Warzone playlist patch.
Activision stated this week that Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War multiplayer and Zombies modes will be available for free.
Anyone with a PS4, Xbox One, or PC will be able to play Cold War for free from September 2 to September 7.
Limitations include whether or not multiplayer requires a subscription and which playlists will be available during those days of play.
Activision’s letter clarifies the contract, indicating that the majority of Zombies will be free to play during that time:
“The Season Five Multiplayer & Zombies Free Access period, which runs from September 2 to September 7, will also feature many modes and playlists for free.
“In Multiplayer, players can try their hand at the new Season Five Moshpit (described above), Double Agent, Nuketown 24/7, Throwback Moshpit, Party Games, Multi-Team Moshpit, Gunfight Tournament, Face Off 6v6, and Team Deathmatch.
“Zombies fans can also dive into the Sony-exclusive Onslaught two-player Zombies experience in Outbreak, which includes all of the current Season Five content.
“As a thank-you for joining the war, Free Access players that upgrade to the full edition of Black Ops Cold War during the trial will automatically receive the Season Five Battle Pass + Free Tier Skips!
“Want to level up twice as quickly over the holiday weekend? From September 3 to 7, participate in an extended 2XP Weekend in Black Ops Cold War, which will run concurrently with the Free Access period.
This isn’t the only major upgrade coming to Call of Duty games this week; a new Cold War multiplayer playlist is also in the works.
Treyarch will release their latest Season Five Moshpit on September 2, which includes a variety of respawn modes on the latest 6v6 maps: Echelon, Slums, and Drive-In.
Throwback Moshpit (containing remastered Black Ops favorites, like Drive-In) and Gunfight Blueprints are also available this week.
Activision is also slated to update Warzone in September, however no new information on which playlists will be available this week has been released.
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