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Xbox One, 360 Freebies: Xbox Live Giveaways Free Multiplayer Weekend & 'Rocket League' Access Today [LINKS, STEPS & VIDEOS]

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These Xbox One and 360 freebies will let players who are not yet Gold membership to partly experience the benefits of this status and enjoy the thrills of "Rocket League." These Xbox Live freebies started off last June 9 and will last until Sunday June 12 at 11:59 pm PT. All you need to do is grab them and enjoy the rest of this special weekend.

Xbox Free Multiplayer Weekend

Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb thrust the big news via his official website. For the first time in Xbox history, all Xbox Live members including those without a Gold membership may play online with friends for FREE all through Free Multiplayer Weekend on both Xbox One and Xbox 360, Tech Times reported. Do not let this once in a lifetime opportunity just pass you by!

"Rocket League" Free Access

 

Psyonix Vice President of Marketing and Communications Jeremy Dunham announced the good news though "Rocket League" website. He said that their company is partnering up with Microsoft to give players of all Xbox Live membership levels FREE access to "Rocket League" on Xbox One. This has already started last Thursday, June 9. Fans, whether Xbox Live Silver or Gold members, will be able to download "Rocket League" charge free until the end of Sunday, June 12.

For some clarifications, the game will only be free at the duration of the event. Meaning, once Xbox Live free weekend ended, it is going to have its price tag back and suit inaccessible to those who have not purchased it.

Good news, Dunham mentioned that gamers who purchase "Rocket League" during the free weekend will obtain a special 10 percent off which will bring the price down to $17.99, Tech Times added.  This promo sound quite familiar because it has been around in April for the Steam event where Psyonix offered a massive 40 percent discount at the time.

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