Game News Xbox: three free games this weekend, including a big multi FPS from Ubisoft
Microsoft is at the origin of more than one sympathetic initiative of which the Xbox Free Play Days are certainly part. Simply put, it’s a weekend of free play on some diverse and varied titles. In this case, three are concerned.
Like almost every week, Xbox reveals the games included in the Xbox Free Play Days. In other words, if you have an Xbox machine at home, then you will be able to play the following three games freely and totally freenamely Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and theHunter: Call of the Wild.
Be careful, once the weekend is over, the games will become chargeable again and you will then have to take out the credit card to continue your game. Note however that strong reductions are then applied and that the backups of your initial game are still valid. Good weekend to all !
Dead Island Riptide Definitive Edition
The first Dead Island put you in the shoes of a survivor, trapped on an island paradise suddenly overrun by the undead. Dead Island Riptide was the sequel, bringing the player back to this isolated piece of land, but this time ravaged by water and whose zombies turned out to be… even less friendly than before. This Definitive Edition is therefore the remastered version for the Xbox One, still offering the same concept: a survival-oriented, cooperatively playable and very effective FPS-RPG for all fans of the genre. Note that the game will be available for €2.99 instead of €19.99 once the Free Play Days are over, a very nice offer.
Rainbow Six Siege
You can say and think what you want about Ubisoft, but Rainbow Six Siege is a masterclass in many ways. This supercharged, hyper-intelligent and definitely tactical multiplayer FPS has been growing in popularity since its release in 2016 and, still today, continues to thicken its content with new operators with varied skills, new maps and game modes. acts to defeat the enemy using reflex and brainpower, you’ve come to the right place. The game is playable for free on Xbox all weekend, a good opportunity to get an idea.
theHunter: Call of the Wind
A more than commendable and damn immersive achievement-hunting game. We’re talking about a thirteen thousand hectare playground, developed by Expansive World and published by Avalanche Studios (the designers of Just Cause, yes yes), taking place in both Europe and North America. The title is playable in solo, but also in multiplayer with competition or cooperation for up to eight people. A true simulation of its kind, playable without spending a Kopeck all weekend on Xbox. Enjoy it.