Xbox players rush to play Chuck Norris’ latest game for completely free – but only for a limited time

A NEW offer has just begun, allowing Xbox and PC gamers to play a new version completely free.

The game features a number of stars including Chuck Norris in its heist-like gameplay.

Chuck Norris plays one of the main roles in Crime Boss.


Chuck Norris plays one of the main roles in Crime Boss.Photo credit: Ingame Studios

If you own an Xbox Series X|S or have access to a gaming PC, you can try this game for free in the next few days.

Starts on September 7th and ends September 11th, 2023Everyone has the opportunity to take part in the free test weekend.

“Crime Boss: Rockay City” was released in March of this year and features a wide cast of well-known names.

From established actors like Danny Glover and Kim Basinger to well-known celebrities like Chuck Norris and Vanilla Ice.

Crime Boss’s gameplay revolves around heists, and players can team up with others or with AI characters to take on missions.

The free weekend will hopefully mean that more people will be playing than usual, so there will be plenty of players to join in a game with.

Heist games like this are always best played with others, especially if you have a group of friends to voice chat with.

There will be a 30% off publisher sale following the free weekend, so you can grab a discount if you enjoyed it.

It’s rare for games released so recently to receive such a large discount. So this is a great opportunity to grab a new release.

Crime Boss: Rockay City was not well received by critics and does not have a very high score on review site Metacritic.

However, since it’s free this weekend, it might be worth checking out for yourself.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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