The latest iteration in Activision’s long-running first-person shooter franchise, Call of Duty: Vanguard will be receiving a free-to-play period of 2 weeks. As announced on the official blog for the game, Call of Duty: Vanguard will be free-to-play starting from March 30th all the way up to April 13th.
The free-to-play version will include a selection of maps and modes including but not limited to the likes of Shipment, Casablanca, Gondola, and a new objective-based capture the base game mode. This offer will be available to players on all platforms, and any progress earned during the free-play should carry over if you decide to pick the game up.
Recent reports have suggested that 2023’s Call of Duty title (developed by Treyarch) has been internally delayed, with the series skipping a 2023 release to break its cycle of annual new release. Meanwhile, this year will see the launch of follow-ups to Call of Duty: Warzone and 2019’s Modern Warfare, both developed by Infinite Ward.