Looking for something new to play this weekend but don't want to spend any money?
As reported by the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to Gamebomb.ru full version of the famous role-playing game the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition available for a free weekend in the gaming service Steam on the PC. Well, have I got good news for you: Microsoft is doing a promotion this weekend where users playing on an Xbox One with an Xbox Gold membership are able to play these two titles for free all weekend (extending to April 15th).
Bethesda's Skyrim: Special Edition is not exactly the most anticipated game of the year. If you do feel like picking it up, all Xbox players will have access to a 50% discount for the duration of the event.
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While it's unclear why both Skyrim and Injustice 2 will be free over the weekend, Halo 5 appears to be celebrating the Halo Word Championship 2018 Finals according to a tweet from its official Twitter account.
Bethesda Game Studios has made a decision to please gamers worldwide, and offered for free to play on Steam version of the game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. That's 4 games you can try for free, theoretically anyway.
Microsoft will also be offering base game add-ons for Skyrim all weekend-including Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn. IfF you are interested, grab it now if you aren't a gold subscriber.