Xbox One owners still have time to download and play the latest wave of free games.
It’s all part of the Free Play Days scheme, which gives Xbox One fans the chance to try out a diverse selection of games for free.
This weekend’s free games include Soulcalibur 6, Rainbow Six Siege and Dead by Daylight.
The free game downloads are only available for a limited time, and can only be downloaded by Xbox Gold subscribers.
If you want to sample some of the free games, then you can download and play them until 7.59am BST on the morning of June 15.
If you want to continue playing after June 15, then you can purchase the game on a permanent basis for a discounted price.
Best of all, any progress you make during the free weekend will be stored, so you won’t have to start all over again.
With a Metacritic score of 84%, SoulCalibur 6 is the best of the bunch this weekend.
The fighting game sequel features a fully-fledged story mode, a creation suite and host of online options.
“The stage of history in Soulcalibur VI welcomes you,” reads the official description.
“Experience the latest entry in the premier weapons-based, 3D fighting game series as it continues the epic struggle of warriors searching for the legendary Soul Swords.
“Featuring an exciting roster of long-standing iconic characters, special guest characters such as Geralt of Rivia, and a vast character creator, Soulcalibur VI is sure to ignite the souls of fans, old and new. Select your favorite warrior and claim victory!”
The latest Xbox Free Play Days event also includes discounts on Xbox One multiplayer games like Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and Dead by Daylight.
As part of the Free Play Days event, Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition is reduced to just £7.49, while Dead by Daylight costs £9.99.
The Rainbow Six Deluxe Edition contains all maps and game modes, as well as all Year One and Year Two Operators.
Discounts are also available on the Gold Edition and Ultimate Edition, both of which contain additional content.
“Rainbow Six Siege and its explosive 5×5 PVP action is back again for Free Play Days,” Ubisoft explains.
“A great opportunity for new players to try the game, engage in tense, tactical firefights involving team gameplay with a massive online community.
“With an ever-growing arsenal of gadgets, lead your squad across a variety of destructible environments to secure the win.”
Dead by Daylight, meanwhile, is an asymmetrical multiplayer game featuring a host of famous horror icons.
“Take on the role of the stalker or the prey in the multiplayer horror game, Dead by Daylight: Special Edition,” reads the official description.
“Situational awareness is key for the survivors playing in third-person view, while the killer focuses on their target in first-person mode, all in ever-changing environments.”
Published at Sun, 14 Jun 2020 23:40:00 +0000