Play PUBG for free with Xbox Live Gold between April 19 and 22

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds fans are hit with great news as they’ll get the chance to play the game for free with Xbox Live Gold starting April 19 at 12:01 a.m. PDT until Sunday, April 22 at 11:59 p.m. P

UBG crossed 5 million players on Xbox One just recently. The early access version of PUBG is priced at $29.99, and there isn’t any free trial. The fact that during the period that we mentioned above you’ll get the play the game for free is really great, and it will definitely come as a surprise for fans.

The Xbox team made the announcement on the official website and said that:

Once the event begins, download the game by clicking on the Gold Member feature area on the Xbox Live home dashboard, or search for the game on the Microsoft Store via the Xbox Dashboard.

Here’s what you can do during Free Play Days

The Xbox team says that during the Free Play Days, gamers will be able to download and play the full Xbox Game Preview version of PUBG.

This will also include all multiplayer modes. Any battle points players earn during the Free Play Days will be transferred to the game if you purchase it when this period is over.

A new PUBG5 Pack is announced

Besides the Free Play Days, the Xbox team announced gamers that there’s an all-new DLC for PUBG available for $6.99. “The PUBG5 Pack includes an exclusive cap, long sleeved shirt, cuffed jeans and hi-top sneakers to customize your character in style’,  theXbox team said.

The pack will only be available for a limited amount of time, starting April 19 until May 19 so gamers should pick it up as soon as it becomes ready for purchase. You can read the entire announcement on Xbox’s official website.

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