Play the official Olympic Games video game on Xbox consoles for free this weekend

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The official video game for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is now free to play on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Series X console families for all players with an active Xbox Live Gold subscription until the end of Sunday at 11:59 PM PDT.

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game is also joined by Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues and Battlefield 1 with all three being playable in full as if they were owned. All game progress will be saved to the cloud for continuing in the future and all unlocked Xbox Achievements will remain unlocked.

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game, as its name implies, is the official video game for the Tokyo Olympics which have now started IRL. It features 18 different sports from tennis to swimming and supports local multiplayer for two players and online matches with up to eight players.

A number of quirky player customizable options are also on offer with cowboy, pirate, and even Sonic skins to choose from.

Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues is a game inspired by the hit Cobra Kai TV series. It features voice-acting from several of the show’s stars and supports two-player local co-op.

Battlefield 1 came out back in 2016 and supports online matches with eight to 64 players and 4K visuals on Xbox One X and Xbox Series X consoles.

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Olympic games tokyo 2020 – the official video game™
Olympic games tokyo 2020 – the official video game™
Developer: ‪SEGA‬
Price: $39.99
Cobra kai: the karate kid saga continues
Cobra kai: the karate kid saga continues
Developer: ‪GameMill Entertainment‬
Price: $39.99
Battlefield™ 1
Battlefield™ 1
Developer: ‪Electronic Arts‬
Price: $19.99+

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