Free Play Days is back, giving Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live Gold members three games to play for free over the weekend, including Rainbow Six Siege.
Rainbow Six Siege, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, and The Hunter: Call of the Wild are all now free-to-play up until Monday, and thanks to Free Play Days, they’ve also been heavily discounted on the Microsoft Store.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Squad up and breach in to explosive 5v5 PVP action. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege features a huge roster of specialized operators, each with game-changing gadgets to help you lead your team to victory. Command an arsenal of gadgets to secure the win: Set traps, fly drones, track footsteps, see through walls, and more! Lead your teammates to victory in intense, fast-paced PVP matches across a wide variety of destructible arenas. Join a massive online community of over 45 million players as you fight for supremacy. An ever-expanding universe of Operators, gadgets, items, and events – updated all year long.
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition
Continue the story of the Outbreak and see another Paradise gone to Hell – fully remastered.
Paradise meets Hell!
Welcome to the Zombie Apocalypse experience of a lifetime – and now more beautiful than ever.
Caught in the midst of an epic zombie outbreak on the tropical island of Banoi, your only thought is: Survival!
Including all previously released DLC.
The Hunter: Call of the Wild
Experience the thrill of the hunt in a visually breathtaking, technically groundbreaking, vast open world. Explore the atmospheric single player campaign yourself, or go on the ultimate hunting trip with friends. Call of the Wild offers unique multiplayer options for up to 8 players. Steady your aim at the shooting range, drive ATVs, team up with other hunters and earn those bragging rights!
If you have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you’ll probably want to give The Hunter: Call of the Wild and Rainbow Six Siege a miss as they are both included with your subscription. For those that do want to check either of these two games out, just be aware that completions for these could take you more than 100 hours each. Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition was, once upon a time, included in Xbox Game Pass, so if you didn’t quite unlock all of its achievements when it was included in the service, now is the time to get back to it. If you’re starting fresh, a completion will take around 25 hours, but you’ll need a co-op partner.
Will you be checking out any of these games over the weekend? Let us know!