If you haven’t given Call Of Duty: Ghosts a try, this weekend could be a good — and cheap — time to do so… provided you’ve got a PlayStation machine.
Over at the official PlayStation blog, there’s word that a multiplayer demo for Call Of Duty: Ghosts will be available as a free download for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 for three days, starting Friday, May 2.
While the demo doesn’t include the single-player campaign, it does offer the opportunity to try out the various multiplayer modes using three popular maps: Strikezone (set in a destroyed baseball stadium), Warhawk (an abandoned town), and Prison Break (a jungle-based map set just outside a prison). Players can compete in competitive Team Deathmatch, Domination, or Search & Rescue modes on each of the maps, which should offer a nice, well-rounded experience for anyone interested in the multiplayer element of Ghosts (and the various ways you can get killed in the game, of course).
Along with the competitive multiplayer modes and maps, the free demo will also include the original map for the game’s cooperative Extinction mode, which requires players to coordinate their defense against waves of alien invaders in a Colorado town. Once the aliens are stopped, players need to detonate a nuclear device and evacuate.
The free multiplayer demo for Call Of Duty: Ghosts will be available for download May 2 at 10:00am Pacific, and will continue to be available all weekend, ending May 5 at 10:00am Pacific.
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