Call of Duty: WWII is free to play all weekend

Basic training starts right away, soldier.

Tired of PUBG and Fortnite? Need something a little more substantial? You can try out Activision’s most recent entry in the long-running Call of Duty series this weekend for the low, low price of free. The only caveats? You need to be a PC gamer and have an abundance of free time this weekend. Check and check? You’re in for some fun this Saturday and Sunday. 

Starting now until May 6, you can jump into a free PC gaming weekend for Call of Duty: WWII via Steam. You can hop online via Steam client and download the game and all the files you need to play, then have yourself a little symphony of destruction until the free period goes away. 

You’ll have access to the entire game, including Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies modes, so go crazy and do whatever you want during your time with the game. Whatever you’re able to accomplish before the free trial ends on May 6 will carry over as progress made if you decide to purchase the full version of the game. To that end, Call of Duty: WWII will have a hefty discount on both Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions until May 7. 

If you haven’t been on the Call of Duty train for a while, you’ll definitely want to check out Call of Duty: WWII. Its cinematic battles, addictive multiplayer, and excellent campaign make it one of the series’ best. It’s a far better effort than the previous Infinite Warfare, taking things back to basics in a big way. See for yourself during this free weekend before the newest release finally makes its way out this year.