Day of Infamy now has a Steam Free Weekend for Linux, Mac and Windows. Along with a significant discount for the weekend as well.
So now, after 2.7 Billion rounds fired in 4.8 million matches. With over 236 million kills. Day of Infamy is looking for new recruits with its Steam Free Weekend.
New World Interactive are the developers of the 5.5 million-selling indie hit Insurgency. And also upcoming sequel Insurgency: Sandstorm.
So now the developers are inviting all gamers to celebrate with the team on Thursday, April 26 at 1 p.m. EDT. Since this is the start of the Free Weekend. The promotion will last until April 30 at 1 p.m. EDT.
Day of Infamy Free Weekend Steam Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
The developers will also be kicking off the Free Weekend with a livestream on Twitch.tv/NewWorld on Thursday, April 26 at Noon EDT. While celebrating with a live Q&A and game giveaways. Plus an opportunity to play with some members of the team.
Also to celebration will be a Steam sale. This will last all weekend at $5.99 USD a huge 70% discount. Gamers can also expect a triple XP boost to reward long-time players. And get new players off to a quick start.
So if you are new to Day of Infamy. Expect to experience hardcore World War II first-person shooter combat. Since this is in both player versus player and cooperative game modes. With an emphasis on teamwork-oriented objectives. With high-lethality gunplay.
You can also call in fire support and secure objectives. Pushing the line forward using more than 60 iconic WWII weapons. As well as nine specialized player classes. And 33 historic units of the US Army, British Commonwealth, and German Wehrmacht.
About Day of Infamy
Day of Infamy started in 2015 as a mod for the Steam Top Seller Insurgency, created by the developers at New World and members of their modding community. Since then, New World has worked hard to stay true to their design roots, established by Insurgency, but also shaped Day of Infamy into a unique World War II shooter that can stand on its own. To date the game has sold over 500,000 copies and has led the WWII shooter revival. The game was also praised by influential independent gaming community site ModDB, winning their 2017 Community Awardand placing 3rd in Indie of the Year fan voting.