Black Ops Chilly Conflict’s new Outbreak mode free to play throughout launch week • Eurogamer.internet


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Activision is making Name of Responsibility: Black Ops Chilly Conflict’s upcoming Outbreak mode free to play for per week.

From the launch of Season Two at 6pm UK time on Thursday, 25th February to 8pm UK time on Thursday, 4th March, a collection of Multiplayer and Zombies content material, together with Outbreak, is free as a part of a brand new free entry week.

Outbreak is the brand new large-scale Zombies mode set on massive maps within the Ural Mountains. The trailer is under:

In the meantime, additionally free to play is the PlayStation-exclusive two-player Zombies mode Onslaught. So, sure, you possibly can solely play this free when you’re on PlayStation four or PlayStation 5. That is set on Black Ops Chilly Conflict’s Multiplayer maps, together with the brand new Apocalypse map launched in Season Two.

On the Multiplayer facet of issues, Activision is making Apocalypse 24/7 out there to play at no cost. This contains Group Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, and Hardpoint.

Gun Recreation can also be free for the week, in addition to the 2v2 Gunfight Blueprints (this contains a few of the new weapon blueprints for Season Two in random loadouts), and the 3v3 Face Off playlist.

Group Deathmatch and Domination are additionally out there as their very own separate playable modes, with Nuketown 24/7 and Black Ops Chilly Conflict’s 40-player Fireteam mode rounding out the total set of free content material.

To coincide with all of that is one other double XP and double weapon XP weekend, which begins at 6pm UK time on 26th February. This lasts till 1st March at 6pm.

As you’d count on, all of your progress from the free week carries over to the total sport when you purchase it.

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