Xbox owners can get four FREE games this month – including Tom Clancy’s The Division
XBOX Games with Gold is getting a brand new selection of free games for September 2020.
This month, you can bag action RPG Tom Clancy’s The Division and comedy adventure The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 – plus two other freebies.
You can get a copy of Tom Clancy’s The Division for free[/caption]
What is Xbox Games with Gold?
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.
This funny point-and-click will keep you entertained for hours[/caption]
These are yours to keep for as long as you have your Xbox Live Gold membership running.
Xbox Games with Gold September 2020 – the full list
There are four free games on offer this month, worth a total of $79.96.
And you can bag 3,000 Gamerscore with these titles too.
The first freebie is Tom Clancy’s The Division, probably the best-known of the line-up.
This 2016 Ubisoft title is an online-only action RPG, set in a futuristic New York City following a viral pandemic. Very timely.
You’re a Government agent tasked with investigating the outbreak, tackling criminal activity and helping to restore order to Manhattan.
Next up for your Xbox One is The Book of Unwritten Tales 2.
This whimsical point-and-click adventure was released in 2015, and received largely positive reviews.
It follows four protagonists on an adventure, including a human, a gnome mage, an elven princess and a furry ‘Critter’ creature.
Classic puzzler De Blob 2 is now a Games with Gold freebie[/caption]
Take a trip back to 2003 with Xbox classic Armed and Dangerous[/caption]
For the Xbox 360 (and with Xbox One backwards compatibility), you’ve got De Blob 2.
It’s a colourful platform puzzler that came out in 2011.
And the final Xbox 360 freebie is Armed and Dangerous.
It’s a 2003 action-adventure shooter that parodies lots of popular games and movies, and was largely well-received at launch.
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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