Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Free-To-Play Multiplayer Event is Coming


Call of Duty Modern Warfare Free-To-Play Multiplayer Event is Coming
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer is free-to-play starting this weekend until Monday.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare is one of the most trending games right now, thanks to the Warzone. Warzone came out nearly a month ago and does not allow for players to join in the multiplayer matches to play. Battle Royale mode is a separate game and if players want to play the multiplayer game, they need to purchase the game. Which is not that cheap, however, Infinity Ward decided to give a free-to-play weekend for Warzone players.

We urge players to try the multiplayer mode, because it will allow you to unlock more attachments and weapons in the game, and you can try different class setups.

In order to access the multiplayer players need to download Call of Duty Warzone client. Either from Battle.Net or from consoles. When players enter the game, they will see a new section opening in the menu and from there you can join the multiplayer matches of the game.

However, this will not allow you to choose all the maps. There are currently 2 playlists added into the game for these players. These playlists are called Locked Down 24/7 and Stocked up. However, these playlists do have the most popular game modes in the game so be sure to try them out.

As we have said before you can try out new attachments for your weapons, or if you have a specific weapon you want to unlock this is a great time to try to unlock this weapon. Most of the weapons are not available in Warzone, you can not level them up and unlock attachments since you do not play with them except getting them from supply drops.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Multiplayer Free-to-Play event will begin on April 3 and will continue until April 6.


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