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Xbox gamers surprised with free download, but you don't have forever

Xbox gamers surprised with free download, but you don't have forever

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Xbox gamers can snag some lovely freebies with a new demo, but there is a deadline so act fast.

Thankfully the Xbox servers are back up and running after last night’s troubleshooting, so the store pages should now be fully functional again, allowing you to download a Capcom freebie you shouldn’t sleep on.

Speaking of Capcom, the company recently announced a remake of the OG Dead Rising, which you can check out below

As much as I love Dead Rising though, the game we’re talking about today is another upcoming release from the developer called Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess.

I played this at Summer Game Fest, and it’s an action-strategy game where you must guide a powerful princess through treacherous perils, slashing at monsters and recruiting soldiers to help you on your quest.

While it wasn’t my cup of tea, I will say it had lovely, stylistic visuals, and the gameplay itself was very unique. I also quite enjoyed the overall challenge as some of the levels really ramped up the difficulty.

Now there’s a free demo of ​​Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess on the Xbox store right now, as well as on PlayStation and PC, and if you decide to give it a go you could win some freebies for the full game.

Players who take part in the demo before it disappears on 18 July will enter a collaborative challenge across platforms, and if the challenge is completed all active players will receive in-game content based on another banger game, Okami.

A progress tracker for the challenges has been posted online, so you can keep track of where other players are up to as well as learn what it is you need to do.

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess will release for Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms later this year on 19 July, so don’t hesitate to try the demo out and see if it’s a game for you.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft/Capcom

Topics: Xbox, PlayStation, PC, Capcom