Killer Instinct Season 2: Play for free on Xbox One until February 15
If you’re in a dilemma and you don’t know what new game to install on your Xbox One console, we suggest you try Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition. The good news is that you can play it for free until February 15.
If you missed out on Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition last month, you can still download it for free until mid-February, when it will leave the lineup of free Xbox One games.
Killer Instinct Season 2 fans now have the chance to get their hands on 8 new fighters, starting with TJ Combo & Maya, 8 costumes, and 16 premium accessory packs.
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition free download
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition is part of the Games with Gold promotion on Xbox. The offer is valid only for Xbox Live Gold members.
As an Xbox Live Gold member, you get bonus games and exclusive member discounts in the Store. Microsoft even confirms that you can get up to $700 in free games over a year of membership, including backward compatible Xbox 360 games for your Xbox One.
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition has received positive reviews on Metacritic and the Xbox Store. The game has a 7.2 Metacritic score and most gamers are satisfied with it:
The season 2 was fantastic. The new characters are awesome, the scenarios are a art-awesomeness and the music are fantastic. Waiting for the Season 3 my friends.
If you’re curios to see some Killer Instinct Season 2 images, check out the video below:
You can download Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition from the Xbox Store.
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