Reminder: The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Trial Starts Today

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As we reported earlier this week, Activision is hosting a trial weekend for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, letting people try out the three different things it has to offer – a small taste of the campaign mode; the 80’s themed Zombies In Spaceland mode; and the addictive multiplayer.

Well, here’s your heads up…the trial has gone live! You can download it now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with the free trial event client available in each of the storefronts. But a word of warning – it’ll take up a good deal of space, as the trial takes up 60GB of hard drive space. Better clear out some older titles now so you have room for it.

Quick note – you will need Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus on their respective platforms in order to access multiplayer and Zombies, though the two stages in the single player campaign are free for everyone to try out.

The trial is happening now all the way through Tuesday, December 20th at 10 AM PDT, giving you access to almost everything the game has to offer. It’s a good way to give it a trial run before you purchase the full game, as you can play Zombies up to level 3, multiplayer up to level 15, and the Rising Threat and Black Sky missions in single player.

In addition, Activision has put the digital versions of the game on sale for a limited time. You can purchase Infinite Warfare on PS4 for $44.39 (or $39.59 through PlayStation Plus) for the regular version; $69.59/$59.19 for the Legacy edition (which includes Modern Warfare Remastered); and $89.99/$79.99 for the Digital Deluxe version. The sale lasts through the whole trial period, so you have plenty of time to pick the game up. Sale prices for the other versions should be available shortly.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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