Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Is Free On Steam This Weekend

by Zak Wojnar on Feb 23, 2017 at 08:00 AM

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's online multiplayer component will be free to play on Steam. From now until Sunday, February 26 at 1:00 pm PST, PC players will have free access to Call of Duty's vast multiplayer suite.

There is no level cap, so hardcore players will theoretically be able to prestige if they can muster the resolve and dedication to go the distance. If you feel you need more time, then don't worry; all Steam versions of this latest Call of Duty are discounted until March 2. The base game is currently going for 50 percent off ($29.99), while the Digital Deluxe Edition, which contains the Season Pass and Modern Warfare Remastered, is discounted by 25 percent ($74.99).

While it was still a strong performer for publisher Activision, Infinite Warfare did not meet sales expectations, leading to a retooling of the series for future installments, which promise a return to "traditional combat."

Check out GI's review of the sci-fi shooter here.

[Source: Activision]