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Try Dead by Daylight and three other games with Xbox Free Play Days

October is set to close out nicely for subscribers of Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate. Four games will be available to install and play as part of this week's Xbox Free Play Days event. It will run from Thursday, October 27 through Sunday, October 30. Here are the four games in question.

Dead by Daylight

Dead by Daylight
Dead by Daylight

Ever wished to play as one of the characters from your favorite horror movies? Dead by Daylight is a 1v4 multiplayer game that draws from all corners of the horror world from a powerful slasher to a terrifying paranormal entity.

Dolmen

Dolmen
Dolmen
Developer: Prime Matter
Price: $39.99

Dolmen casts players onto a hostile alien world known as Revion Prime.
Your job? Bring back samples of a crystal with particularly unique properties; the so-called ""Dolmen"".
These crystals are capable of allowing interaction between realities, revolutionising space exploration and changing the known world forever.

Ghostrunner

Ghostrunner
Ghostrunner
Price: $10.49

Ghostrunner is a hardcore FPP slasher packed with lightning-fast action, set in a grim, cyberpunk setting of a futuristic megastructure. Climb Dharma Tower, humanity s last shelter after a world-ending cataclysm. Make your way up from the very bottom to the top, confront the tyrannical Keymaster, and take your revenge.

Thymesia

Thymesia
Thymesia
Developer: Team17
Price: $29.99

The once thriving Kingdom of Hermes has fallen to an age of calamity...Corvus is the kingdom’s final hope.

So which of these are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments. You can learn more over on the Xbox Free Play Days FAQ page.

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