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Xbox Live Free Multiplayer Weekend: Play Xbox One & Xbox 360 games online without a membership

Attention, frugal gamers! Microsoft is giving all Xbox Live members free access to multiplayer this weekend.

In a first for the firm, Microsoft has announced that any Xbox Live member without Xbox Live Gold membership will be able to play online with friends for free over the coming weekend. The Free Multiplayer Weekend runs from June 9 to June 12, and will be available for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 users.

Will Tuttle, Editor-in-Chief of Microsoft’s official Xbox Wire blog, said:

“This is a unique opportunity for users on both consoles to experience one of the most popular benefits of Xbox Live Gold membership.”

But the fun doesn’t stop there. Microsoft is also giving all Xbox Live members free access to play Rocket League for the entire weekend. Check out Microsoft’s promotional video below:

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