As if in a cry of despiration after a downward spiral in sales by about 50% according to analysts since Black Ops 3, Activision will make Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare available to play free beginning Thursday, December 15th, for a limited time.
Beginning at 10am PST on December 15 through 10am PST December 20, gamers can download and play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, with access to all three game modes on PS4 and XBox One.
That means you can engage with the storyline in the campaign with “Rising Threat” and “Black Sky,” the first two levels of the game. Plus, you can jump into multiplayer with friends and foes (Level Cap of 15), and try to hold your own against the undead in a zombie infested 1980s amusement park (Level Cap of 3).
If you do then decide to purchase the game, your progress and experience will carry over.
On PlayStation 4, PlayStation Plus is required for Multiplayer and Zombies mode only. Xbox Live Gold is required for all game modes on Xbox One.
Still need convincing, maybe this trailer will sway you comrade: