Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042 certainly did not have the best launch of the series, but if you are curious to try the multi-player sector of the two titles – not that Battlefield offers a single-player, now you can do it for free for a few days.
Both Activision and EA’s FPS, in fact, have kicked off a promotional campaign that allows you to play them for free this weekend, albeit across different platforms.
As for Battlefield 2042, the free version is the PC version accessible from Steam ( you can find it here ), which will remain available until December 20. There are therefore still 3 days to try the EA home FPS and see if it is for you ( consider that it is also discounted by 34% ).
As for Call of Duty: Vanguard, however, the free trial will end on December 21st and there are no limits as regards the platform and also allows you to get double experience points.
Unlike Battlefield, the trial here is limited to 3 specific playlists that also include Christmas-themed maps and a new game mode, Champion Hill.