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Palworld, Resident Evil 2, Golden Sun, and more games to play this weekend

Whether you play on Xbox, PS5, or Switch, there are a lot of new games available to play from every subscription service this weekend. Here's what's new to play.

Free-To-Own Games

The only game I'm able to find to claim to own for free this week is Love, an indie pixel platformer by Fred Wood that's available to claim on the Epic Games Store.

Free Weekend

PC Players can also play EA Sports FC 24 this weekend on Steam. If you have Xbox Game Pass Core or Game Pass Ultimate, you can also play One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, AEW: Fight Forever, Make Way, and UFC 5 on consoles this weekend.

Prime Gaming

Two games have recently been added to Amazon Prime Gaming this week. You can claim to own an Epic Games Store code for Atari Mania and a Legacy Games code for Lost Lands: Sand Captivity - Collector's Edition.

Game Pass and EA Play

In case you missed it, the following games have recently been added to Xbox Game Pass for consoles and PC.

  • Resident Evil 2

  • Those Who Remain

  • F1 23 (via EA Play)

  • Turnip Boy Robs a Bank

  • Palworld (Game Preview)

PlayStation Plus

Earlier this week, PlayStation released the following games to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium:

  • Tiny Tina's Wonderlands - Next-Level Edition

  • Resident Evil 2

  • Hardspace: Shipbreaker

  • LEGO City Undercover

  • Just Cause 3

  • Session: Skate Sim

  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun

  • Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong

  • Surviving the Aftermath

In addition, PlayStation Plus Premium members can also play these classics:

  • Rally Cross (PS1)

  • Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace (PS1)

  • Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4)

  • Legend of Mana (PS4)

  • Secret of Mana (PS4)

Nintendo Switch Online

Finally, we have two Golden Sun games added to Switch Online + Expansion Pack that have been teased a long time ago. The Game Boy Advance games Golden Sun and Golden Sun: The Lost Age are both available for Switch now.



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