Enjoy some free multiplayer this weekend on Xbox One and PS4

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First, Sony is offering PS4 users in North America and Europe a free PlayStation Plus trial, meaning they'll be able to access multiplayer gameplay without the need for a subscription.

Microsoft is inviting all Xbox Live members without a Gold membership to play online with friends for free during the Multiplayer All-Access event from February 16-19 on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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Major Nelson has announced that from today until February 19 it will be possible to download for free Rocket League and National Basketball Association 2K17 on Xbox Store and play it will be free to play for the whole weekend. Get these games on your Xbox One console (via Home or Gold Members Area). As if that wasn't enough, Stallion83, an Xbox gamer with the highest Gamerscore in the world, will be playing both games and you'll be able to watch and follow along with Stallion83 and the Xbox Team on Beam and Twitch.

Both of these games can be downloaded for free and can be played as much as you like until Sunday is over.

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Furthermore, Rocket League developer Psyonix has also cut the price for the game on Xbox Store.

Xbox One and 360 owners should act fast if they want to participate in the event.

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