Free Infinite Warfare Trial Available for a Limited Time

Try out all three core game modes for free. 

For anyone looking to try out Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Activision and Infinity Ward have officially kicked off a limited-time free trial event which features all three core gameplay modes.

According to a recent tweet from the official Call of Duty Twitter account, the free trial is available on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Trial users can play through the first two missions of Infinite Warfare’s story campaign, play multiplayer up to rank 15, and play Zombies up to rank 3. Even better, if a trial user decides to purchase the full game, all progress they made during the trial will be transferred over.

View Gallery

Potential Infinite Warfare trial users should note there’s a hefty amount of free hard drive space required (60 GB to be exact). Also, if you’re playing on PS4, you’ll need an active PS Plus subscription to access multiplayer and Zombies. If you’re on Xbox One, an active Xbox Live Gold subscription will be needed to access any of the three game modes.

Interestingly enough, even though the free trial is labeled as a “limited-time opportunity,” a specific end date for the trial’s availability has yet to be confirmed. However, if you want to participate in the free trial, it’s probably better to do so sooner rather than later (just in case).

For more Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare news, be sure to check out the newest batch of weapons that Infinite Warfare's Quartermaster has up for grabs, take advantage of the Infinite Warfare Triple Play Bundle before it disappears tomorrow, and recap Infinite Warfare's Sabotage DLC

Read My Articles

About The Author: Nate Hohl

Nate spent more time at college playing video games than he cares to admit, but it wasn't until after graduating that he realized he could spin his love of video games and his love of writing into a valid career path. When he isn't working his way through his latest gaming endeavor, Nate can usually be found curled up with a good fiction book, or embarking on an outdoor hike with his head in the clouds, because life's too short to get caught up in silly things like reality.

If he has service, follow @NateHohl