Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer goes free-to-play, but only for a limited time
Call of Duty publisher Activision is holding a free multiplayer weekend for Modern Warfare 2. The special free-to-play event kicks off at 4pm GMT UK time on March 16, and ends a few days later on Monday, March 20. As part of the free weekend, players will be able to check out six maps across eight different game modes, as well as the first episode of MW2’s Raid mode, but only on the standard difficulty.
Activision explains more: “Battle amongst the wintry peaks surrounding the Himmelmatt Expo; skirmish through the cargo ship containers on the compact, fan-favourite Shipment; and join Captain Price, Farah, and Gaz as they embark to Atomgrad in Special Ops Raid Episode 01.
“Following the launch of Season 02 Reloaded, the Free Access period will feature a limited selection of Multiplayer and Special Ops experiences for non-game owners to get into Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.”
The brand new Himmelmatt Expo map will be a popular location for new and long-time players. The 6v6 map takes place in the shadows of a European mountain range.
Players can fight among the facility’s main event centre, as well as surrounding locations such as saunas, a pool, a restaurant and bar.
The Special Ops Raid Episode 01 is also worth a try, especially if your friends are also participating in the free trial.
The three-person Raid sees Captain Price, Farah and Gaz infiltrate an enemy bunker in search of Echo Team.
The Raid features a variety traps, environmental hazards and enemy forces, not to mention a special reward for players who get over the finish line.
The free weekend content in full…
• Core (6v6) Maps
– Farm 18, Mercado Las Almas, Shipment, Dome, Himmelmatt Expo (NEW!)
• Core Modes
– Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Gun Game, Infected, One in the Chamber, All or Nothing
• Battle Maps
– Santa Seña
• Battle Map Modes
– Ground War, Invasion
• Special Ops: Atomgrad
– Special Ops Raid Episode 01 (Standard difficulty only)
Published at Wed, 15 Mar 2023 21:58:00 +0000