Call of Duty: Back Ops Cold War provides its players with a total of eight days of free trial multiplayer and zombie modes. Players across multiple platforms can access it for free. However, during the free trial period, users will not be able to play the single-player campaign mode. Developer Activision also mentioned that users who play the game for the first time can continue their progress after the free trial mode ends.
The new “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” free trial mode will begin on July 22 and end on July 29. It is available for PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One consoles Players. During the free trial period, players will only have access to multiplayer mode and zombie mode. The free trial was conducted after the fourth season of the game was released. War zone players will also be able to inherit their weapons and global progress.
In the multiplayer mode, players will be able to access NukeJacked 24/7, party games, paintball games and more. The NukeJacked 24/7 playlist will include Nuketown ’84 and Hijacked maps. Players can also use 12v12 Moshpit and 40-person multi-team Moshpit with Team Deathmatch. It also has the Rush function, which is a 6v6 map, “in and around the speed ball course”.
Call of Duty: Black Ops One of the most popular modes in the Cold War is the zombie mode. It includes the recently released map of Mauer der Toten as well as maps of Die Maschine and Firebase Z. The map of Mauer der Toten is set in Berlin and is the next chapter in the storyline of the Dark Ether. The last two maps are the basis of the Dark Ether story.
There is also a PlayStation exclusive mode, because players will be able to enter onslaught mode. It features “a two-person team fighting zombies on the multiplayer map.”
Finally, players can purchase games at a 50% discount on PlayStation from July 21st to August 4th. Xbox players can enjoy discounts from July 23 to August 5.
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