Sledgehammer Games announced yesterday that the latest Call of Duty installment will be free to play this weekend, exclusively for PC platform Steam.
Only multiplayer is available, but any progress you make can be carried over to the full game, should you be enticed to purchase after racking up the kills in the series' first return to World War 2 for almost nine years (that game was World at War, if you didn't know).
To seduce you to buy even more, the standard and deluxe editions are both on sale, running in at £29.24 for the standard and £59.99 for the deluxe editions. You can visit the Steam store page here to see for yourself.
Our own Dylan Chaundy reviewed Call of Duty: WWII very highly upon release, which you can read for yourself here.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.