‘Games With Gold' For September Highlights Assassin's Creed Chronicles And More

With August coming to an end, this means new line up of free games are to be announced by the Microsoft program, Games with Gold. Thankfully, the wait is over as Microsoft's Major Nelson finally announces the new set of games to be featured on 'Games With Gold' for the month of September. Major Nelson has revealed the other three games that will join the previously announced Earthlock to complete the games line-up for next month.

According to Game Rant, September's set of games will make Xbox Live Gold subscribers get their money's worth. Based on the report, the casual turn-based RPG Earthlock: Festive of Magic will be joined by Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, Forza Horizon and Mirror's Edge. Both Earhlock and Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China will be offered to Xbox One owners while the other two will be to the users of Xbox 360.

Earthlock: Festive of Magic will be available on Xbox One from September 1st until the 30th for free. By the start of the second half of September, Earthlock will be joined by Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, which will be available for free on Xbox One starting September 16 until October 15.

On the other hand, the offerings for Xbox 360 are not too shabby either. The much admired sequel of the Forza racing series, Forza Horizon, will be available for free download starting September 1st until September 15th. Lastly, the original Mirror Edge finishes the September 'Games With Gold' lineup and will be available on September 16th to September 30th.

Due to the past months 'Xbox One backward compatibility with Xbox 360' report, both Forza Horizon and Mirror's Edge will also be available for Xbox One Gold subscribers. In addition, according to Gamespot, players can still claim the games from the August 'Games With Gold', in which two games will be out by the end of the month. Meanwhile, WWE 2K16 will remain until September 15 for Xbox One.

 

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