All the FREE Xbox and PS4 games you can claim right now – before they vanish in days

XBOX ONE and PlayStation 4 players can grab two free games this month.

You'll need an Xbox Live membership or PS Plus subscription to qualify, which many players will already have.

Xbox Games with Gold – how to get FREE Xbox games

Games With Gold is Microsoft's answer to the free games you get with Sony's PlayStation Plus.

You can get the free games on Xbox if you subscribe to Xbox Live Gold – something that's required for online play.

Then, each month you receive four free games, two on the latest console and two for the previous generation.

These are yours to keep for as long as you have your Xbox Live Gold membership running.

  • Buy Xbox Gold one-month membership – £6.99 (UK) / $9.99 (US)

One of the big freebies available now is Override: Mech City Brawl.

Players take control of 3D mechs and fight to the death in epic battles. The game is free to download until September 15 on Xbox One.

The other free game is Tom Clancy's The Division, a 2016 action role-playing game set in a post-apocalyptic Manhattan.

That one's free to download on Xbox One until September 30.

Finally, gamers can also get their hands on puzzle platform game de Blob 2 until September 15.

  • Buy Xbox Gold one-month membership – £6.99 (UK) / $9.99 (US)

PS Plus – how to get FREE PS4 games

PS Plus is a premium subscription service for PS4 gamers.

It gives you access to online multiplayer as well as exclusive discounts across the PlayStation Store.

But it also nets you two hand-picked PS4 games to download and play each month, which remain available as long as you're a member.

Many PS4 owners will subscribe to PS Plus for the multiplayer alone, so the free games are a pleasant bonus.

  • PS Plus at Sony PlayStation Official Store for £6.99 a month – buy here

The first PS4 freebie is the 2016 fighting game Street Fighter V.

The latest entry to the popular beat-'em-up franchise was released in 2016 and treads the same ground as the popular Mortal Combat series.

It will feel very familiar, even if you haven't played Street Fighter in a decade or two.

Also available to PS Plus members this month is PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds – better known as PUBG.

It's a Battle Royale, which means you're dropped in a mass multiplayer zone and are forced to fight for survival.

Just like rival games Fortnite and Call of Duty Warzone, PUBG crowns the last person standing as the winner.

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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