E3 2018: Black Ops 3 Free on PlayStation Plus Tonight

Black Ops 3 is a bonus free game on PlayStation Plus

Call of Duty Black Ops 3 is a surprise free PlayStation Plus game this month

In addition to the release of Multiplayer maps, Zombies experiences, and Blackout content, Call of Duty: "Black Ops 4 players can also expect in-game content and themed events, creating a robust content season".

As Sony was siphoning the guests at its weird E3 2018 showcase from one venue to another last night, we learned that Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 would be available on the PlayStation Store free of charge for every PS Plus subscriber for the next month.

The changes made to the Black Ops Pass won't impact those who wanted the DLC to begin with, but it sets up an interesting dilemma for those on the fence.

And it's not the only update planned for the PS4, with Sony also confirming another deal tied to the launch of Black Ops 4. The pack includes Jungle, Summit, Slums, and Firing Range, all of which are fan favorite maps from previous Black Ops titles. This pre-order offer is open to all PS4 owners via PS Store, so don't miss out. Announced today was the Black Ops pass, which Activision says "represents a new approach to post-launch content".

If you want to check out what other news dropped at the PlayStation conference, check out our Sony E3 2018 hub for all the announcements, games and trailers.

New leaked information has appeared online, claiming that the Call of Duty private will be held August 2018.

A: If you pre-ordered the physical base version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, return to your retailer to upgrade your pre-order to an edition that includes Black Ops Pass.

One big difference this year is that the Call of Duty server test will be open beyond consoles, with Battle.net also providing support for PC. Should Call of Duty start offering free DLC? "After creating your free account, you'll be sent an account verification email to the address you provided".

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