Xbox Gold subscribers can download a new bundle of free games for the weekend.
As part of the regular Free Play Days promotion, Microsoft is offering Gold subscribers the opportunity to download three games for free.
This includes the official Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games video game, as well as Battlefield 1 and Cobra Kai.
Xbox Gold subscribers can download and play the games for free from now until the morning of July 26.
“Sweep your leg, fight in the Great War or compete for glory,” reads a Microsoft article.
Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues, Battlefield 1 and Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game are all available to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members from Thursday July 22 at 12:01 am PDT through Sunday 25 July at 11:59 p.m. PDT. “
If you want to continue playing after the free download period ends, you will keep any progress and Gamerscore from the weekend.
Battlefield 1 and Cobra Kai are also available at discounted prices, while the Tokyo 2020 Olympics video game costs £ 34.99.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games – The official video game features a total of 18 events, including basketball, boxing, soccer and skateboarding.
“The Olympic Games are back, and this time it’s your chance to glory! Whether you are playing with friends, family, or aiming for gold in the world rankings, this is a board game anyone can take and enjoy! Reads the official description.
“Prepare to unleash the competitor by creating your athlete, personalize their skills and pick the perfect costume. Why settle for standard sportswear when you can take center stage as a pirate, astronaut, or cowboy?
“Choose from 18 fun sporting events, from tennis and 100m football to basketball and boxing, there is always a record to break and a score to settle.”
Cobra Kai, meanwhile, is a traveling beat-em-up, similar to something like Streets of Rage (just nowhere near as good).
“Set alongside the Netflix series, Cobra Kai gives you the chance to play and fight as your favorite characters, including Daniel LaRusso, Johnny Lawrence, Miguel Diaz, Hawk, and more, as you explore familiar places and beat the bad guys.
“You can play alone or play with a friend in this co-op brawler. If you don’t have enough during Free Play Weekend, the game will be 50% off until August 8. Choose your camp and your team and show the world whose mall dojo runs this town! “
Finally, Battlefield 1 is a first-person shooter set during the First World War. If you like the game, you can buy it for just £ 5.99.