Get A Free Trial Of Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Between 15th And 20th December

It’s no secret that, despite still being one of the biggest game launches of 2016, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare sales are down quite dramatically over the last few years of games, so it’s also no surprise to see Activision trying to spur sales on as best they can. That’s led to them announcing that you’ll be able to download a free trial of the game on PlayStation 4 and play between 15th and 20th December.

You’ll be able to play all three sides to the game with only a handful of fairly reasonable caveats. The single player, for example, is restricted to the first two levels, while you’re capped to level 15 in the multiplayer and can only reach level 3 of the Zombies in Spaceland mode – you will need a PlayStation Plus subscription to play online. That said, if you then decide to buy the game, you progress will carry over.


It will be a 60GB download and while it’s not live just yet, it should be as simple as heading onto the PS Store and searching for something along the lines of “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Free Trial” or digging it up from the Demos category. If you do then buy the game digitally, you’ll won’t have to re-download all that data, so… yeah.

It’s definitely worth giving it a bash, to see how you like it. Zombies in Spaceland is actually one of the best renditions of the mode, and while the multiplayer has lost its lustre, there’s a fair bit to like in the single player – check out our review here. Ethan is the best, but you won’t get to appreciate that form just two levels, sadly.

Source: EU PS Blog

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  1. I know it’s a Monday, so you can probably be excused for saying you’ll have to download that 60GB again.

    But according to the blog you linked to… “If you decide to purchase the full game, you will not need to download Infinite Warfare again”

    • I 5.88% read that wrong… Fixed.

  2. I’ll play when they release MWR on it’s own.

    Until then, this will be the first CoD game I’ve skipped since CoD3.

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