‘Call of Duty: Vanguard’: Free Access Weekend Announced
A free weekend for Call of Duty: Vanguard has been released by Activision for those who are still undecided about whether or not to buy the game. All multiplayer content, including the Vanguard’s own rendition of the Shipment map, will be available for a limited time during the free trial period. Starting on November 18th, the event will run through November 22nd.
Call of Duty: Vanguard has only been out for a little over two weeks, so you’re probably not too late to get on board the Vanguard train. There will be additional free access weeks down the line if Activision’s prior offerings are anything to go by. All multiplayer modes, including the new Champion Hill, are available to you during your time in the game’s early stages.
While announcing the free week, Activision also gave us a rundown on how the new distribution map will work. The addition of containers, some of which can be climbed, as well as the removal of others, are among the most significant alterations. To some extent, it is stated, it has restored to its previous state. But you can be sure that it will be a complete mess.
The weapons in Vanguard can be levelled up before they appear in Call of Duty: Warzone, even if you don’t want to play the game yet. It is time to say goodbye to Verdansk and welcome a new Pacific-themed map to Warzone, which will include all weaponry from Vanguard. Call of Duty: Vanguard will be available for free on November 18 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, with the shipment map going live a day or two earlier than that.