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Call Of Duty: Black Ops Free Download NEW!

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 features a new battle royale experience called Blackout, and soon everyone will be able to try it for free. Activision announced a week-long free trial period, during which anyone on PS4, Xbox One or PC can see what the mode is all about.

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While exact deployment details have not been specified, Activision says the Blackout trial will be open to all from January 17 through January 24. During that time, interested parties will be able to download a free demo that includes just the Blackout portion of Black Ops 4. The release time of the trial is not listed, but most major features, updates or promotions for all Call of Duty games generally go live around 1 p.m. EST. This trial does not include access to any part of Black Ops 4's multiplayer or Zombies suites.

This free trial announcement is yet another curious wrinkle in the developing relationship between Blackout and the rest of the Black Ops 4 package. Late last year, Activision also announced the $39 Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Battle Edition for PC that does not feature the game's co-op Zombies offering. With this latest news, it would appear Treyarch and Activision also aren't averse to offering Blackout on its own. While not quite a confirmation, it fuels the fires of speculation that suggest Blackout may eventually become a standalone product or even a free download supported by microtransactions. This is the first free trial for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 since the game released in October of last year.

While the game is decidedly not boots-on-the-ground, it's still a popular first-person shooter on consoles and this should give it a healthy influx of new players. Even if you're not a big Call of Duty fan, you might as well download it for free.

The Call of Duty alpha is open to all PS4 owners and PS+ is only required if you're in Germany. To get into the alpha, all you need to do is download the alpha from the PlayStation store. This is a free download and is approximately 25 GB.

PlayStation Plus subscribers can finally download Sony's free games for July 2021, the most notable title being Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII. The game, as well as two other titles, went live for downloading yesterday, July 6, and will remain available to active subscribers until early August. Once claimed, subscribers can download the games at any time for free.

As any PlayStation Plus subscriber knows, Sony makes a few games available for these customers to download on a monthly basis. The games remain available for around four weeks, depending on the title, and can be claimed for free during that time. Once claimed, the games will be available to download to your console whenever you want (as long as you remain a subscriber).

Sony announced its July 2021 games list at the end of June, but they weren't available to download the next day. Rather, this month's free PS Plus games went live yesterday and will remain available until August 2. The July 2021 titles are:

The good news for Call of Duty players is that the series' Elite premium membership will be free for Black Ops II. The bad news is that it will no longer include the membership's primary draw: all of the game's downloadable content.

Activision today announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops II will grant all players free access to its Elite service, including new features like multiplayer broadcasting and stat-tracking for the game's Zombies mode. However, the monthly downloadable content drops that were part of the Elite membership for last year's Modern Warfare 3 are being replaced by four downloadable map packs with new content for the multiplayer and Zombies modes. When they debut next year, the packs will sell for $15 each, and a Season Pass bundle for all four will also be sold separately for $50. Each pack will debut on Xbox 360 before moving to other systems, not all platforms are guaranteed to receive the maps, and pricing could vary from system to system.

"After uncovering initial secrets about the Dark Aether, Requiem is calling on all reinforcements to investigate anomalies related to this mysterious power source," Activision writes. "If you have yet to be called into action against the undead horde, get ready to gear up for a full week of free zombie-slaying action." 041b061a72

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