If you are enjoying Call of Duty: Warzone, its time for you to add some variety. Activision has just announced that Call of Duty: Warzone players will be able to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer for free this weekend only. This offer will start at 10AM PT on April 3.
Playing through Warzone Client
Players would just have to navigate to the lobby, afterwards, they can join the multiplayer on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Avoiding confusion, The free multiplayer will be available through Warzone Client, and players can use it in the form of “Stocked Up/Locked Down” 24/7 playlist.
Furthermore, Activision is also allowing you to play two maps that include Shoot House (6v6) and Atlas Superstore (10vs10). These two maps are quite different, Atlas has a lot of covers and it is quite big. Players who have played Warzone for a while would know that its Atlas Superstore in Verdansk. Similarly, Shoot House features fast-paced gameplay. It has burned vehicles all over the place with three different divisions of the map.
In order to enjoy the free Modern Warfare Multiplayer, COD will allow you to play Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, Hardpoint, and Headquarters mode. Activision also says that they want you to get a taste of different gameplay.
“If you haven’t played Modern Warfare Multiplayer, now’s the chance to see what you’ve missed. Experience the world-class gameplay, deep weapon customization, and gritty, photorealistic environments that make Modern Warfare Multiplayer the ultimate online playground.”
The Call of Duty: Warzone has been on the headlines from the past few weeks now. The game made a name among the popular Battle Royale games when it hit 30 million players in a couple of weeks. In comparison to other Battle Royale games, this was a massive achievement for Activision. While they focus on expanding the game, Call of Duty: Warzone has already banned 50,000 players in 20 days.
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