Monday, July 4

Free Games of the Weekend: Battlefield 2042, ARK, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and More

This weekend before Christmas there is a good selection of promotions that allow us to play free for a limited time on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC, and even keep certain titles forever if we claim them in time. Below we collect all the free games available from December 17 to 20:

Free Trial Battlefield 2042 on PC

This weekend Electronic Arts and DICE have organized a free trial of Battlefield 2042, its recently released shooter multiplayer in first person. At the moment the only confirmed platform on which you can take advantage of this promotion is PC, where it can already be downloaded through Steam Y play for free until December 20. In that same digital store you can buy it with up to a 34% discount for a limited time. We recommend that you have our guide at hand so you don’t miss out on the most important of the game during this weekend free trial.

Play Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free until December 20

If instead of first-person shots you want a good adventure with hysterical overtones, we have good news: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey be available for free from December 16 at 10:00 until December 20 at 8:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). In this way, Ubisoft invites players to immerse themselves in ancient Greece to celebrate its 35th anniversary. This free version is available at PS4, Xbox One, PC y Google Stadiaas well as on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S through backward compatibility of both next-gen platforms. As it is such an extensive adventure, we leave you our guide so that you can make the most of this trial for a limited time.

ARK: Survival Evolved lets us play for free on PC this weekend

Taking advantage of the arrival of its new free DLC, Lost Island, ARK: Survival Evolved offers us this weekend to try without paying his profound proposal for survival and action. Those wishing to venture into its challenging open world will be able to play for free until Monday, December 20 at 7:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) on PC through Steam, digital store in which you can also buy with an interesting discount of 67% in case it ends up convincing us.

Free Play Days: Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Free Trial on Xbox

On the occasion of the Free Play Days From Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One users can play free weekend trials of select titles. On this occasion there have been two video games chosen: one is Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, of which we have already spoken before, while the other is Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: The Official Video Game, launched in June on the occasion of the Olympics. Those who want to try these games on their Xbox consoles and are subscribed to Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate can do so until December 20 at 8:59 a.m. (Spanish peninsular time)

Free online play on PS5 and PS4 without the need for PS Plus

Although it is not a free game, on PS5 and PS4 there is a promotion that allows us to play online to any multiplayer who regularly needs a paid subscription to PS Plus. From 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, December 18 (that is, tonight in Spanish peninsular time), until 11:59 p.m. on December 19 (also Spanish peninsular time) can be played online for free, without having to be subscribed to PS Plus.

PS Plus gratis este end of week.

More free games and weekend trials

As we said at the beginning, this weekend there are a good number of promotions that allow us to play without paying and obtain titles at zero cost. Ubisoft, for example, keep active the gift of Rayman Origins for PC, which can be claimed for free until December 22 and keep it forever. The promotion of Shenmue III free on the Epic Games Store, which will only be available until 5:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) today, when it will be replaced by another surprise free game. If you are looking for another free weekend trial, at Steam you can download and play KovaaK’s for a limited time, specifically for the next four days.



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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