Starting today, all Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S owners can play free online multiplayer games without an Xbox Live Gold membership. In all, that means more than 50 free-to-play titles no longer require a subscription to play online with your friends.
In a post on Xbox Wire, Microsoft explained that over 50 free-to-play multiplayer games no longer require any subscription to access. This includes games like Call of Duty: Warzone, Dauntless, Destiny 2, Killer Instinct, Spellbreak and Warframe. This change is rolling out across regions today, so if you aren’t subscribed to either of the aforementioned services, you should be able to access these games for free now.
This will also apply to new games going forward, including 343 Industries’ upcoming blockbuster Halo Infinite, which is confirmed to have free-to-play multiplayer.