Best free games on Xbox Series X/S 2023: Enjoy it
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(Pocket-lint) – Free is the best price if you can afford it, and playing for free meant putting up with poor quality flash games in a web browser, now you can find all kinds of experiences for free. -to play.
The Xbox Series X and S are home to many of them, so if you want to have fun on Xbox but for one reason or another have to stick to free games, here we’ve rounded up the best options for you. .
Of course, we also have guides for different genres for those who are happy to buy the full games, so check them out in the table below.
Call of Duty Warzone 2.0
Call of Duty has moved to the next generation of hardware with Warzone 2.0, a huge improvement over the original Warzone, both visually and performance-wise. This is a brilliant battle royale game that requires careful planning and tactical moves in its map.
The new DMZ mode offers a great change of pace with AI enemies and escape hatches that make the game more varied than before, and it’s all free.
The juggernaut that is Fortnite shows no signs of slowing down, and if you play it for a few hours, you’ll quickly see that it deserves the majority of its following. It is a brilliant and beautiful shooter with so many associated cosmetics that you will be amazed.
It also looks better than ever on the X and S Series, thanks to new lighting and details added in the latest update, while the build-free modes mean you don’t have to learn its complicated build system unless you want to.
Rocket League is a physics-based soccer game that puts you inside a rocket-powered vehicle and lets you play in an arena. It’s very easy to buy and learn and is instantly gratifying.
Its skill ceiling is very high though, and you’ll quickly find that it takes a lot of play and practice to start climbing the leaderboards and ranking system. It’s a slow-paced game, but like the best sports, it’s fun to play at any level.
Blizzard made Overwatch free-to-play with this sequel, and while it doesn’t exactly feel like a new game, its free-to-play makes it easy for new players to jump into the game without making any investment.
It’s a shooter with objective modes where two teams of five players face off, and there are so many tactical possibilities that you’ll practically be addicted to the game once you start thinking about team combos.
Multiversus is another game that proves that it’s possible to find free-to-play titles that aren’t shooters. It’s a Smash Bros-style brawler spanning multiple Warner Bros. universes.
This makes for a really fun and eclectic lineup where you can get to know each one with their own moves and playstyles. Once you find a pair you like to play with, you’ll be ready to race.
The vast world of Destiny switched to a free-to-play structure a few years ago, and it’s much healthier: now you can try out many quests and areas without spending a penny.
Compared to other games on this list, you’ll need to buy a fairly large expansion after a relatively short number of hours to have the most fun, but you can do a lot without paying, and the footage is top-notch.
Written by Max Freeman-Mills.