Xbox Series X Users Surprised With Free $30 Download

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Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S users have a new free download.

Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X users have been surprised with a free download worth $30. The deal is available to all Xbox users, which mean no Xbox Game Pass subscription is required. Typically, these type of offers are locked behind an Xbox Game Pass subscription, but not this one. More than this, the offer isn't exclusive to the latest Xbox console either. Those on Xbox One can also enjoy this new freebie.

Xbox notes there are no strings attached or hidden fees, the only thing to keep in mind is the cutoff date. As mentioned above, the offer ends on July 7. If you redeem it on July 6, you will still get a full three months, but it has to be before July 7. If this offer sounds familiar, it is because Xbox has done with Xbox Game Pass before. Meanwhile, PlayStation has also done it with the PS5.

 

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