Free Game Days on Xbox: Jump Force, Hunt: Showdown, and Stellaris

Players with an active subscription to Xbox Live GOLD and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate can play for free until the morning of June 1.

Microsoft has introduced its new batch of free entertainment for gamers in the Xbox One family of consoles. The Free Game Days promotion includes for this weekend on Xbox Live GOLD subscribers and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate titles such as Jump Force, Hunt: Showdown and Stellaris: Console Edition in their full versions totally free until June 1 at 08:59 (CEST).

In this way, from this moment until the sun rises next Monday, all those who meet the conditions in one of the two subscription programs will be able to play without limit – they are the complete versions, not demos – of these three works, which they also benefit from a temporary discount so that we can buy them at a lower price than usual if we want to continue playing after the indicated date.

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Jumo Force is the latest installment of Bandai Namco in its purpose to include in the same fighting videogame the largest number of recognizable characters from Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump series. It did not turn out how well we would have liked, but if there is anything left over, the title is fanservice.

Hunt: Showdown is a competitive game where we play a bounty hunter in the first person. The idea is clear: survival. We can play both alone and with friends to locate monster bosses on huge maps; We can also face other real players in competitive games.

Finally, Stellaris: Console Edition, the first grand strategy game to come to consoles, puts us in the position of leaders of a vast space empire while we have intergalactic adventures. Words like diplomacy, discovery and destruction stand out in the description of a game that stands out from the conventional in this type of game.

The future of Xbox passes this Christmas through Xbox Series X, the powerful new console from Microsoft that will not only set its sights on the future through its 12 TFLOPS, SSD memory and functions such as Quick Resume, Smart Delivery and significant visual improvements Compared to the current generation of consoles, it also has a focus on the past. This week it was revealed how its improved backwards compatibility will be, which will have thousands of compatible games from the first day.

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