This weekend, gamers have a choice of free PS4 games to try out, with plenty of time left to download them from the PSN.
Sony has got a good track record of keeping the PlayStation Store up to date with free demos and trials, although things have dropped off a bit in June.
But while there hasn’t been a ton of free content released on PS4 this week, there are some eye-catching third part trials available.
So for the next 24 hours, gamers have the choice to test out the likes of Rainbow Six Siege and Call of Duty Modern Warfare, at no extra cost.
Both trials have been put in place to encourage people to buy the full versions, so don’t expect them to last forever.
Additionally, gamers who own a PS Plus subscription can also enjoy the likes of Call of Duty WWII and Star Wars Battlefront 2.
So for a short amount of time, there will be plenty of different shooters to try out on PS4 and PS4 Pro.
For anyone interested in Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Siege, The free version currently available offers access to all maps and modes, giving you the full R6 experience.
Rainbow Six Siege can be found on the PlayStation Store, and the free weekend is scheduled to run until June 15.
The end time has been confirmed for around 2pm GMT, in the UK, and 6am PT in the United States.
A message from Ubisoft explains further: “You can play with anyone who already owns the game or is enjoying the Free Weekend like you are.
“If you like the game and want to keep playing after the Free Weekend period is over, your progress will carry over to the full game if you purchase.
A message from developers Infinity Ward adds: “This action-packed weekend gives free-to-play Warzone users entrance to new Multiplayer content that debuted in Season Four including the Zhokov Scrapyard Multiplayer map and the Trench Gunfight map.
“Your Operator is being enlisted in a fight, and it will take some grit to come out on top. This is Modern Warfare Multiplayer featuring the signature combat and fearsome arsenal you’ve come to know in Warzone.
“In the Multiplayer playlist, players will have a mix of deathmatch and objective modes across multiple maps to keep the combat fresh and give you plenty of opportunities to score some epic plays.
“The moshpit will offer two deathmatch modes: Team Deathmatch, a race to rack up 75 kills and Kill Confirmed, a 65-kill win condition where kills are only counted when they are confirmed by picking up enemy dog tags.
“Plus, there will be two objective modes: Domination, points are earned by holding objectives, first to 200 wins, and Hardpoint, points are earned by holding a single rotating objective, first to 250 wins.”
Published at Sun, 14 Jun 2020 07:02:00 +0000