Activision appears to have taken Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's sales woes to heart, as it's announced that the game will be temporarily going free-to-play on the PlayStation 4 between 15th December and 20th December. You won't get the full experience during the period, but you will be able to sample all three modes: campaign, multiplayer, and co-op.
The single player will be limited to two story missions, while multiplayer and co-op will be tied to level caps of 15 and three respectively. Still, if you decide to upgrade, you'll be able to pull your progress into the full game. And the way the price is plunging on the title, it'll probably only cost you 50p or so by the time the Boxing Day sales arrive.