Christmas is a season of giving, and what better way to celebrate than fooling strangers over the internet? Disparaged publisher Activision doing a little bit to create a bit of positive PR, allowing players who don’t own Call of Duty: Vanguard play multiplayer of free games in the next six days.
Starting today (December 16) and ending on December 21, the free access event means interested players can get limited access to Vanguardby multiplayer, including the following playlists:
- The Free Kills playlist is a mix of Team Deathmatch, Domination and Hardpoint.
- Champions Hill Playlist – Vanguard Gunfight Style Tournament Mode.
- Shipmas’ 24/7 playlist, which features the Classic Map Shipment, gets a festive makeover.
For those who already own the game, expect to receive a lot of XP bonuses for the duration of the event. Going online for the next six days will get players double XP bonuses on their weapons, operators, clans, and even passing their battles. If Free Access players choose to upgrade to full reputation, they’ll be rewarded with battle pass skips and festive XP boosts.
This free access event comes amid controversy surrounding the game’s publisher, Activision. Following widespread reports of the company’s culture of sexual harassment, Activision Blizzard was recently fired for does not encourage its employees to unite. This also comes from the pressure of six state treasures of the United States of America, who is asking Activision to respond to its sexual harassment scandal through a board members meeting by December 20.
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