Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (Episode One) currently free on Xbox

Here's another Xbox games that you can get for free.

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Episode One for Xbox One and Xbox 360

While it’s not part of the Games with Gold promotion, for some reason, Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode One is currently available for free on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Originally developed by Capcom, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Episode One was released on February 25, 2015, and today you no longer have any reason not to play the horror franchise game.

Here’s the game description:

“Resident Evil Revelations 2 follows two interwoven stories of terror across 4 episodes of intense survival horror. Episode One: Penal Colony Kidnapped by a unknown group of assailants, Claire and Moira awake to find themselves trapped on an isolated island infested with horrifying creatures beyond imagination. Now they must desperately struggle to escape the horror. Episode One includes Raid Mode for countless additional hours of gameplay.”

You can download Episode One immediately through your game console, and you can also download the game from the online store. Alternatively, you can get the game from the Store within the Xbox app for Windows 10.

It’s unclear why the game is currently available for free, as such make sure to get it as fast as possible.

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