The titles that will be a part of this weekend's Free Play Days event have been revealed.
On the Xbox Wire, it was announced that this weekend there will be two games available for Xbox gamers to try out through the weekly Free Play Days event. The event will start today, and will run through this Sunday, February 21st. The first game is Fuser. In Fuser, gamers become DJs, and combine elements of the world's most popular songs to create mixes, which can then be shared with the world. Players will be able to customize their experience. This includes changing their DJ's look, including their hair and tattoos, as well as their stage show with pyrotechnics, lighting effects, video screens, and more. Gamers will be able to compete against their friends in DJ Battles, or collaborate with them online.
The second title that will be free for Xbox gamers to try out this weekend is Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr. In this title, players take on the role of the Inquisitor, the Imperium's most powerful agent. Gamers will have to impose the Emperor's will as they conduct their investigation across multiple planets in the far-flung corners of the Warhammer universe. Gamers can tackle their mission solo, or with up to four friends as they purge the chaos lurking behind the walls of the fortress-monastery, Martyr.
For those who wish to continue playing Fuser and Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr after the weekend is done, they will be able to purchase the games at a discount. This includes the Standard Editions of the games, as well as Special Editions that have been released for both titles. Players will keep any achievements or Gamerscore that was earned during the weekend.
Xbox Free Play Days is a weekly event for those who are Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.