These Two Free Xbox One Games Are Only Available This Weekend

Rocket League on Xbox One will be free for a limited time

The new event will be available on Xbox One and Xbox 360 and will also include free trials on games like Rocket League and National Basketball Association 2K17. Xbox One and 360 are getting a taste of the subscriptionless life this weekend with the Multiplayer All-Access event.

Both games will be available to download totally for free - from tonight you can access the games in an unlimited capacity and you'll be free to play both titles until Sunday, where they'll revert to their previously paid-for status. In Europe, the free multiplayer event runs from Wednesday, February 22 at 10am until Sunday, February 26 at 11:59pm. Beginning tomorrow, Sony will make PlayStation Plus free for all PS4 owners in North America.

Good time for some multiplayer action. You'll quickly learn to cherish your time spent with your new Rocket League family. Experience the 64-player madness in Battlefield 1 or pilot a massive mech in Titanfall 2.

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Again, multiplayer access is free for the duration of the promotion, but players still need to have access to a game beforehand.

PlayStation 4 users without a PlayStation Plus subscription can hop online and play multiplayer free starting tomorrow, February 17.