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Minecraft: Xbox One Edition And Free Multiplayer This Weekend
20 May 2017, 12:12 | Megan Pierce
Microsoft is making multiplayer and Minecraft: Xbox One Edition free between May 18-21
This weekend, Microsoft is inviting all Xbox Live members to play online with their friends for free on any game they own. Calling it a "Multiplayer All-Access" event, those without Xbox Live Gold can access online multiplayer in any game from now until Sunday, May 21.
This promotion is available worldwide. All you need to do is find the game in the Xbox Live store, download, and get to building. Oh and did we mention that this event comes with a free to play game as well?
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Enjoy the benefits of Xbox Live Gold without paying anything, for a limited time this weekend. Amazon's deal may end at any moment, so we recommend taking advantage of the deal now and then using your Gold Membership digital code after Microsoft's free weekend. There isn't a better game to test this with unlike Minecraft.
And even if you don't want to play anything fast-paced, you can still take a nice, relaxing stroll through a world of cubes in Minecraft: Xbox One Edition.
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