Microsoft announced today that the company is releasing a free-from-launch game called X-Wing: The Old Republic on the Xbox One.
The game will be available for free on the console starting on July 29.
“We’re giving Xbox One players a new way to play the X-wing Starfighter games that have been the foundation of the X Wing series for years,” said Greg Miller, vice president of Xbox gaming at Microsoft.
“This game will bring X-Wings to the Xbox 360 and PC as well as Windows 10 PCs.”
The game features the same game play as the XWing series on the XBox One, with new content, including the ability to customize your own ships, squadrons, and fighters.
The title will be free to download from Microsoft’s website.
The free-games announcement comes just days after Microsoft released a free game for Xbox One called Titanfall, which features two of its most popular fighter pilots.