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Xbox Prison escape 'A Way Out' lets you play with a friend for free

Yesterday at The Game Awards 2017, EA announced that A Way Out features a free trial which allows players to enjoy the entire co-op experience with a friend who has purchased the full game. If one of you owns the game, the other can play the entire experience in co-op for free as long as you're gaming together. This is definitely an interesting approach to multiplayer and should make finding gamers to play with that much easier.
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