Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War can be played for free on all platforms until next Thursday. In addition, the next Double XP weekend starts today, which means that you will make double progress as usual.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War free-to-play until next week
Since yesterday evening you can play the current Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War spin-off for free – for a whole week. Until next Thursday you have the opportunity to play the multiplayer and the zombie mode of the popular first-person shooter. The free-to-play week applies to all platforms including the PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
You can use this opportunity, for example, to try out the new zombie map Wall of the Dead. In East Berlin, in the 80s you have to face a huge zombie invasion that spreads rapidly in the destroyed city.
In multiplayer you can currently choose from playlists such as Team Deathmatch, Party Games, a Moshpit, or Nukejacked 24/7. The latter is a rotation of the classic maps Nuketown and Hijacked. Nuketown is represented in practically every Black Ops title, while Hijacked comes from the second part.
In addition, the next Double XP weekend is approaching, where you can earn double experience points and weapon EPs as usual. You have time until next Monday for that. The mid-season update was played ten days ago, adding a lot of new content.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War continues to sell well and has been on the charts over the past few months. The Treyarch shooter is still in great demand, especially among the Americans, and took second place in the US charts from June.