Looking for something new to play this weekend but don't want to spend any money? Injustice 2, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition will be available to play for free.
Microsoft will also be offering base game add-ons for Skyrim all weekend-including Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn.
The only "catch" is that you need an Xbox Live Gold subscription, but if you're making the most of your Xbox One, you probably already have this.
If you haven't had the opportunity to play the original, or never got around to giving the Skyrim Special Edition a try, you can now.
While it's unclear why both Skyrim and Injustice 2 will be free over the weekend, Halo 5 appears to be celebrating the Halo Word Championship 2018 Finals according to a tweet from its official Twitter account. The game will be free from April 12 to April 15th, and will be available for a 67% discount.
Any progress made in either game will carry across into the full version should you make a purchase, along with any achievements you've unlocked, so there's no excuse not to give 'em a whirl. There is also mod support for the title so don't forget to check that out if you are interested in amping the Skyrim experience up.