E3 2019 was a smorgasbord of teasers trailers and one-off in-person demos, but as a whole, much of what was unveiled, announced, and revealed is still months out and in some cases, years away from delivering quantifiable game experiences.
Fortunately, Xbox Live subscribers can pony up some new game experiences, in their entirety, for free this weekend with Xbox Free Pay Days.
Starting at midnight Thursday, June 13, gamers can go grab Fallout 76, Tom Clancy’s: The Division 2, and LEGO DC Super Villains from the Microsoft Store and play freely until Sunday, June 16 at 11:59.
If the next 72 hours aren’t enough to get a true feel for the games or you find yourself looking to build upon your new achievements, the games are also on discount for purchase.
Standard Edition ($59.99 SRP) at 50% off: $30.00
Tricentennial Edition ($79.99 SRP) at 50% off: $40.00
Tricentennial Pack ($19.99 SRP) at 40% off: $11.99
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Base game ($59.99 SRP) at 35% off: $38.99
Gold edition ($99.99 SRP) at 40% off: $59.99
Ultimate edition ($119.99 SRP) at 40% off: $71.99
LEGO DC Super-Villains
Base game ($59.99 SRP) at 50% off: $30.00
Deluxe edition ($74.99 SRP) at 40% off: $44.99Further reading: E3 2019, Fall Out 76, LEGO DC Super Villains, Microsoft, Tom Clancy's the Division 2, Xbox Free Play Days