The Microsoft service is renewed with interesting titles for lovers of action, sports and western proposals.
Microsoft continues to give us good reasons to stay away from video games, as its Xbox Game Pass continues to be filled with adventures for all tastes. Today he leaves us more plans for the weekend with his Xbox Free Play Days, which this time introduces 3 new games for users subscribed to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Y Xbox Live Gold.
The green company wants to take us once again to the realm of science fiction with Star Wars: Squadrons. This installment, set during the last days of the Galactic Empire and the birth of the New Republic, proposes us to live a historic moment in the franchise with two drivers. But the thing does not end here, since EA also invites us to experience battles of 5 against 5 in its multiplayer mode and various game modes that extend the experience.
But if you are looking for adventures with really different tints, consider West of Dead. Through a combination of zombies and shooting in one western aesthetics, Upstream Arcade launches a distinctive proposal in which, embodying a deceased protagonist, we must survive the menacing Purgatory. As you can imagine, the game does not ignore violence and challenging moments.
If all this does not convince you and you have a great interest in the world of digital sport, there is still a third alternative. Microsoft always has an ideal proposal for users who enjoy these kinds of games, and this time it proves it with Tennis World Tour 2. Play with the best tennis players in the world (or create your own character) to move up the world rankings.
As you can imagine, the 3 Xbox Free Play Days games are available from now until Sunday January 16, which gives us the opportunity to test these deliveries during the weekend. On the other hand, it should be remembered that Xbox Live Gold has launched the month with several titles, so do not forget to take advantage of this service in the remainder of January.
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