Microsoft is continuing its Free Play Days event series this weekend. Xbox users who have Xbox Live Gold or are subscribed to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate can try Kingdom Two Crowns for free for the next few days.
Eligible Xbox players can pick up Kingdom Two Crowns starting today. The game will remain free to play through Sunday, April 18. Anyone that wants to keep Kingdom Two Crowns after trying it out during this period will have to purchase it. Thankfully, the game and its DLC are currently heavily discounted. The standard edition of Kingdom Two Crowns is 40% off, bringing its total price down to $11.99. The game’s New Lands DLC is discounted by a whopping 70%, leaving it at $4.49.
To pick up Kingdom Two Crowns for free, you can follow this link to Xbox Store. If you aren’t already, sign in with an account that has either an Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Once you’re logged in, click on the subscriptions tab in the Xbox Store and navigate to the Gold member area where you’ll find the Free Play Days collection.
Kingdom Two Crowns is a strategy game that puts players in control of a crumbling, pixelated kingdom. To build their realm back to glory, players will have to explore the game’s 2D world, discovering monsters, mysteries, and friends alike. If you already have Kingdom Two Crowns and are looking for more content, the game is receiving an update on April 20 titled Never Alone that will introduce new and more difficult challenges.
It’s worth noting that Kingdom Two Crowns is the only game being made available during this weekend’s Free Play Days event. Previous Free Play Days events have featured multiple titles. Last year, one weekend’s Free Play Days event included Yakuza 0, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and Sonic Mania.