Microsoft reveals the Xbox titles available with July’s Games with Gold
Games, games, and more games coming to the Xbox One via the July Games with Gold program. Microsoft finally showed its hand, and while they’re not as exciting when compared to previous months, it’s still a good look from our point of view.
On the heels of a great start to summer, July will see the Games with Gold roster take on four newcomers. As with last month, Xbox One will get two dedicated titles and two Xbox 360 titles through Xbox One Backward Compatibility for a total of four completely free titles. Xbox 360 gamers, of course, also get access to the latter two titles. The titles in question are The Banner Saga 2 and Tumblestone. Both games cost $19.99 without the Games with Gold program attached, and both are Xbox One games.
The other two titles are Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2 and TRON: Evolution. Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was a great game back in the day, and should still be a lot of fun despite its age. For those who have never played the game and aiming to play the newest in the series, Rainbow Six Siege, this is a good place to begin.
All four games combined are worth $69. Furthermore, players can achieve a combined gamerscore of 4,000 points by completing all four of the game’s challenges. That’s more than enough to boost your gamerscore rankings along with your bragging rights online.
Each of these games is only available only for a limited time, so get them quickly. Furthermore, gamers are required to have an active Gold account to download and to play these games.
Want more titles outside of Games with Gold? Well, you’ll have to buy them. Gamers can check out Super Mutant Alien Assault for the Xbox One, and keep an eye out for Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition too!
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