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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer is free this weekend on Steam

The full game is 25 per cent off too.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer portion is free to play on Steam this weekend.

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The offer lasts until Monday at 10am PST, so that's 6pm for UK folk.

This multiplayer-only portion has been automatically added to your library, should you choose to install it. Word of warning, though: it's a 36.5GB download, so you might want to start that before heading out or going to bed. It's gonna take a while.

If you like what you play, the full game is 25 per cent off on Steam this weekend, bringing the price to 29.99 / $44.99.

Our Dan Whitehead found the latest Call of Duty a bit underwhelming, but still a good time nonetheless. He noted in his Advanced Warfare review that the game's biggest addition to the series, the exo-suits, switch things up a great deal in multiplayer, even if Titanfall did the whole double-jumping and parkour thing earlier. "Against human foes, rather than the intellectually limited enemies of the campaign, there's actual tactical value to these abilities," he wrote.

Sounds worth a looksee anyway, if you've got the time.

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