Try Battlefield 2042, Rainbow Six Siege and Batora: Lost Haven with Xbox Free Play Days

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Xbox Free Play Days is back for the first weekend of December with three more games. These games are available for subscribers of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Free Play Days to play from Thursday, December 1st through Sunday, December 4th. Let’s go ahead and check out the lineup for this week’s Xbox Free Play Days event.

Battlefield 2042

Battlefield™ 2042 is a first-person shooter that marks the return to the iconic all-out warfare of the franchise. In a near-future world transformed by disorder, adapt and overcome dynamically-changing battlegrounds with the help of your squad and a cutting-edge arsenal.

Batora: Lost Haven

Batora: Lost Haven
Batora: Lost Haven
Developer: Team17
Price: $24.99

Batora: Lost Haven® is an interplanetary action RPG adventure with a rich, choice-driven story.

Avril never thought she’d have to step up and be a hero but after a mysterious and devastating event, her world was flipped upside down. With her homeworld on the brink of destruction, Avril has been gifted extraordinary powers and will have to journey across the universe to uncover ancient secrets and reckon with a series of life-changing decisions.

Rainbow Six Siege

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege
Developer: Ubisoft
Price: Free

Squad up and breach in to explosive 5v5 PVP action. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege features a huge roster of specialized operators, each with game-changing gadgets to help you lead your team to victory. Command an arsenal of gadgets to secure the win: Set traps, fly drones, track footsteps, see through walls, and more! Lead your teammates to victory in intense, fast-paced PVP matches across a wide variety of destructible arenas. Join a massive online community of over 45 million players as you fight for supremacy. An ever-expanding universe of Operators, gadgets, items, and events – updated all year long.

Which of these games are you going to try out this weekend? Tell us in the comments. If you want to learn more you can head on over to the Xbox Free Play Days FAQ page.

Featured image via Xbox Wire. 

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