Find Out All The Xbox Games With Gold You Can Get For Free This Coming July
Microsoft has recently announced the Xbox Games with Gold that Xbox Live Gold subscribers can get for free this coming July. There's no particular theme in this current monthly event based on the titles that are made available. It seems that Microsoft wants this event to be eclectic this time around.
Microsoft Continues Its Monthly Giveaways
Microsoft has been giving Xbox Games with Gold for free every month for its Xbox Live Gold subscribers. This is one of the main benefits of being a member of this class. The varying scope of next month's titles is supposed to give variety to Gold members, since, as the cliché says, it's the spice of life.
Here Are The Free Games For Xbox One Owners
There are two Xbox Games with Gold titles for free this coming month for Xbox One Live Gold subscribers. The first one is Grow Up, the sequel to the very popular open world platformer Grow Home video game starring B.U.D., the lovable robot. In this game, B.U.D.'s spaceship was destroyed in a collision and the robot must collect the scattered parts so that it can be repaired. This game, which costs $9.97, will be freely available from July 1 to July 31.
The other Xbox Games with Gold title for free is Runbow, which costs $14.99. This is an action video game that can support nine players either online or offline. Gamers will race against each other while obstacles and platforms pop up on the way. It will be available from July 16 to Aug. 15.
These Are The Free Games For Xbox 360 Owners
For Xbox 360 owners who are Xbox One Live Gold subscribers, there are two more Xbox Games with Gold titles that will be free next month. The first title is Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, a shooting game featuring two foul-mouthed anti-heroes. Gamers can get this game, which originally costs $14.99, for free starting on July 1 up to July 15.
The other Xbox Games with Gold that will be free for Xbox 360 owners next month is Lego Pirates of the Caribbean that costs $19.99. They can get it starting from July 1 to July 31. Gamers who are Xbox Live Gold subscribers will get to enjoy the antics of Captain Sparrow as he tries to escape to an innocent land in the bygone days.
Xbox Games With Gold Announces Free Titles For June
It is about time for Gold subscribers to get wind of the Xbox Games with Gold that will be free next month. Here is a list of the free titles.
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Microsoft is offering free games to Xbox Live Gold members. Owners of Xbox One and Xbox 360 can play these video games for one month without any charge.
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