PC gamers curious about all the hype will have the opportunity to log on and frag some gamers for free this weekend. Online gaming site, Steam.com, has announced that starting on April 8th, they will allow users to download and play the uber-successful Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer games.
The game does not include the recently released “Stimulus Package” DLC, which remains an Xbox Live exclusive for the moment.
Steam, an online site dedicated to hosting and selling digital copies of games, is offering pre-downloading of the game now. After the trial expires, they users have the option to purchase the game for $59.99.
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