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This Week's Xbox Free Play Days Event Features NBA 2K21

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Games discussed: , TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2

We now know which games Xbox players will be able to try out for free this weekend. 

On the Xbox Wire, this week's Free Play Days event's free titles were revealed. The games will be available starting May 13th, and will be playable until May 16th. 

The first game that will be available this weekend is NBA 2K21. With the NBA Playoffs coming up, NBA 2K21 will allow fans to get deep into the game. Players will be able to enjoy best-in-class gameplay and one-of-a-kind into all facets of NBA basketball and culture. 

The second game that will be part of this weekend's Free Play Days event is TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2. In TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2, gamers will be able to race across an over 60 km long ultra-technical track at breakneck speed that will require realistic riding skills. Players will be able to challenge their friends and become the best motorcycle rider in the most dangerous race in the world. 

Those who wish to buy either game this week will be able to carry over any Gamerscore, achievements, and purchased DLC that they acquired during the Free Play Days event. TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 will also be 70% off, setting gamers back $18.00. Unfortunately, NBA 2K21 will not be discounted during the event. 

Free Play Days is a reoccurring event for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. The events allow gamers to try out a few titles and purchase them at a discount should they wish to continue playing after. Xbox will also occasionally hold Xbox Free Play Days for All events, which allows all Xbox gamers to play online with friends for free even if they do not have a subscription to either Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.  

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