Call of Duty Modern Warfare free weekend end time on PS4 and Xbox One confirmed

The Activision Call of Duty Modern Warfare free weekend is almost over but there is still time left to test out the COD experience on PS4, Xbox One and PC. To do this, gamers need to download Call of Duty Warzone, which is the popular new free-to-play Battle Royale mode. Hiding at the bottom of the Play Menu is the choice to join a playlist called Stocked Up, Locked Down, which includes a number of different Call of Duty modes and maps.

It might not be the full access COD gamers were looking for but it doesn’t take much extra effort to put MW through its paces. But as the name suggests, the April Call of Duty Modern Warfare free weekend is almost over, with limited time to enjoy it.

WHEN DOES THE CALL OF MODERN WARFARE FREE WEEKEND END?

Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty Modern Warfare Free Weekend will end on Monday, April 6, 2020.

This is happening across all platforms, regardless of if you’re using PS4, Xbox One or PC.

The time for the free weekend completion has been set for 10am PT, on April 6, meaning UK gamers have until 6PM BST.

While the new free weekends provides a nice taste of what is available, it does not include the single-player campaign or Spec-Ops missions.

The two original Modern Warfare maps included in the free access playlist is Atlas Superstore and Shoot House.

Players will have the opportunity to play a variety of team-based, game modes, including Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, and more.

You can find a list and a description of what is available during the MW Free Weekend listed below:

Team Deathmatch: Straightforward, but deadly. Teams of six go toe-to-toe to collect the most kills. The manner of death doesn’t matter, so shoot, launch, and toss grenades to your hearts’ content. The first team to reach 70 kills takes the victory!

Kill Confirmed: Team Deathmatch gets a high-stakes twist, where killed players drop dog tags. Collect teammates’ dog tags to deny your enemies’ kills and pick up your enemies’ dog tags to earn points for your team. The first team to earn 70 points (collect 70 dog tags), also collects the W.

Domination: Three flags are set on the map, each in a static location. Players compete to “capture” each flag for their team by occupying the flag zone for 10 seconds. Flags can be highly contested and captured often, especially on smaller maps. Always check your six.

Hardpoint: Like Domination, players must “capture” a location. However, instead of a flag, the objective is a rotating map zone, or ‘hardpoint,’ that moves to a different area every 45 seconds. Hold down the hardpoint and get a point for every second your team occupies it. If members of both teams are in the hardpoint, the zone becomes contested and no one scores. First team to 250 points wins.

Headquarters: Similar to Hardpoint, teams rush to “capture” a rotating objective – the headquarters. Capture and hold the headquarters to earn points for your team. The team the holds the HQ doesn’t respawn. The first team to 200 points wins.

“This weekend is the perfect opportunity to experiment with Killstreaks, perks, and Field Upgrades at a deeper level. Get to know these loadout components as you deploy them in Multiplayer, and you’ll soon handle them with ease in Warzone. Use this weekend to become a Cluster Strike master, an ‘Overkill’ perk powerhouse, or a badass boss with a ‘Deployable Barrier.’”

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