Microsoft is continuing to excite the community. With their FREEdom rewards campaign, Microsoft is encouraging players to try out new games. Free-to-Play games often don’t get as much attention from the community. However, this could encourage new developers to finally tap into a host of players that are eager to give their game a shot.
Starting from today until the 15th of June, Microsoft will be offering rewards to these players. And there are some great games for the lineup. These games include SMITE, Fallout Shelter, Gems of War and many more!
Referring friends to the program also has its benefits. Basically, Microsoft is rewarding for every basic step. From downloading the game to purchasing add-on content for the game, you will get rewarded. There are three ways how to earn massive credits:
- Free Pass: Earn 2,000 Rewards Credits per month by spending at least $30 (before tax) on add-on content for one free-to-play game in the Xbox Store.
- FREEquent Player: Earn 2,000 Rewards Credits every three months by spending at least $5 (before tax) on add-on content for free-to-play games in the Xbox Store for three consecutive months. These can be for one or multiple games, but the three purchases must be on the same title.
- One-Two-Free Punch: Earn 3,000 Rewards Credits per month by spending at least $5 (before tax) on add-on content for three different free-to-play games on the Xbox Store.
Certainly an impressive move yet again from Microsoft. This should not only give developers a shot but also a boost in DLC sales. Encouraging users with reward points and even a chance to win an Xbox One S, Microsoft is really working hard to engage their player base.
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