Call of Duty: Vanguard Now Free Due to Poor Sales

Call of Duty: Vanguard Now Free Due to Poor Sales, which is great for all those that just want to have a taste of the Game. Call of Duty: Vanguard, the latest release in Activision’s Multiplayer FPS mega-series would be going free-to-play for a short time, following poor post-launch sales.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Now Free Due to Poor Sales

Call of Duty: Vanguard Now Free Due to Poor Sales

The multiplayer component of the Call of Duty: Vanguard would be going free to dip right on PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC this coming March 30 to April 13. During the two-week period, you get to access a selection of the Vanguard’s maps and modes.

Casablanca and Gondola- two maps that were launched in the game’s current season of content – will be included, alongside the Alps, which features the new objective-based game mode Arms Race. A playlist of rotating maps would also get you to jump right into several other vanguard maps and older call of duty classics, including shipment.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer Player Campaign

Vanguard was released last year in other to mix reviews. According to TechRadar, we thought that the lackluster single-player campaign didn’t stand apart from the series previous releases, but its multiplayer modes were a lot strong and as refreshing as ever. You can decide the strength of its multiplayer yourself in this free two-week period.

Although Vanguard was the best-selling game of 2021, its sales went down by about 36.1% compared to the Black OPS Cold War of 2020. This free trial launch is not that surprising in the light of that commercial performance.

At the beginning of this year, it was reported that Activision would be skipping the call of duty in 2023, breaking its established yearly release cycle in response to vanguard’s disappointing sales figures. If that seems to be the case, it would be the very first time in two decades that a new call of duty does not release on an annual cycle.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Free trail

Activision is trying to shore up the player base of vanguard with this free two-week trial and lock in the support that the game has failed to acquire during its first launch. For players, though, it means that they get to test out the latest call of duty without having to pay anything.

You should be able to download the free trial to your console via Xbox and PlayStation stores, and launcher on your PC.


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