Games with Gold WARNING: Download FREE Xbox One games before it's too late

Xbox One owners only have a few hours left to grab free games with Xbox Live.

The latest Xbox One Free Play Days weekend features two blockbuster games, including one first-party classic.

First up is Xbox One exclusive Gears of War 4, which can be downloaded and played for free until Monday, April 29 at 7.59am UK time.

The Crew 2 is also available as a free download until Monday morning at 8am.

Gears of War 4 is back for an Xbox Live Gold Free Play Weekend,” reads a Microsoft post. “Return to Sera and play as the next generation of Gears of War heroes.

“If you’re new to Gears, go experience the Campaign, compete in Versus or survive the Horde with friends this weekend only.”

There’s even a special bonus for returning fans, who can try the Gilded RAAM Challenge for a chance to earn a character skin for Gears 5.

The Crew 2, on the other hand, is an open-world racing game with a giant map.


“Play The Crew 2 for free this weekend! From now until April 28, enjoy the full game for free!” the post continues.

“Join friends in high-octane contests, put your skills to the test and customise your ride to become the greatest motorsport champion.”

The Crew 2 mixes things up with aerial and water-based racing action.

Fans looking to pick up the full version of The Crew 2 can also take advantage of a major discount, as the Standard Edition drops to just £16.50.

Xbox Live subscribers also only have a few days left to download the Games with Gold releases for April 2019.

With the May 2019 Games with Gold releases about to be revealed, fans can download April’s selection until May 1.

This includes The Technomancer on Xbox One and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 on Xbox 360. Both titles will be replaced by new games on May 1.

Outcast Second Contact is also available as an Xbox One download until midnight on May 15.

Xbox Gold subscribers should find out the next batch of Games with Gold releases on Monday, April 29.


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