Chances are that, by now, most video game fans have decided whether or not they want to play Blizzard Entertainment’s popular shooter “Overwatch.” The character-based multiplayer game with a heavy reliance on team play came out more than two years ago, but those still undecided have a chance to try the game for free next week.

Blizzard announced that from Nov. 20 to Nov. 26, “Overwatch” will be free on all platforms. That means PC, Xbox One and PS4 owners can dip their toes into “Overwatch” for an entire week without paying a cent.

The free version of “Overwatch” will not be compromised in any way. Every character, map, and mode will be available to those who try the game out during the free trial. Those players can also level up and unlock customization items, which will carry over if they decide to buy the game afterward.

Players can begin pre-downloading the free trial now before it starts on Tuesday. Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus subscriptions are required to be eligible on Xbox One and PS4, respectively.

The game’s 29th playable character, a gunslinger named Ashe, was just released this week.

A general view of atmosphere at BlizzCon at Anaheim Convention Center on Nov. 3, 2017 in Anaheim, California. Joe Scarnici/Getty Images