More than fifty games can be played online on Xbox consoles without paying a dime: Microsoft kept its word and struck with a player-friendly move.
The Redmond-based company announced on its website that based on the players’ feedback, from April 21, all Xbox players can access online multiplayer in more than fifty free-to-play titles. For instance, if you play Call of Duty: Warzone or Apex Legends a lot, you don’t have to budget for Xbox Live Gold membership. (However, with paid titles like Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, you still need a Gold subscription to play online.)
Here is the list of affected games: 3on3 FreeStyle, Aegis Wing, APB Reloaded, Apex Legends, Armored Warfare, Battle Islands: Commanders, Bless Unleashed, Brawlhalla, Call of Duty: Warzone, Crackdown, Crackdown 2, Crimson Alliance, Crossout, CRSED: F.O.A.D., Darwin Project, Dauntless, DC Universe Online, Dead or Alive 5 Last Round: Core Fighters, Dead or Alive 6: Core Fighters, Defiance 2050, Destiny 2, Doritos Crash Course, Dungeon Defenders II, Enlisted, Eternal Card Game, Family Game Night, Fishing Planet, Fortnite, Galaxy Control: Arena, Happy Wars, Harm’s Way, Hawken, Hyper Scape, Killer Instinct, Korgan, Minion Masters, Neverwinter, Outriders (Demo), Paladins, Path of Exile, Phantasy Star Online 2, Phantom Dust, Pinball FX2, Prominence Poker, Realm Royale, Rec Room, Resident Evil Revelations 2, ROBLOX, Rocket League, Rogue Company, Skyforge, SMITE, Spacelords, Spellbreak, Star Trek Online, Techwars Global Conflict, TERA, The Four Kings Casino and Slots, Too Human, Trove, Vigor, War Thunder, Warface, Warframe, World of Tanks, World of Warships: Legends, Yaris.
We need to point out that there might not be a lot of known games on the list, but you can still find a Destiny 2, a Phantasy Star Online 2, a World of Tanks, or a Hyper Scape in there. Still, all we have to add is have fun.