'Xbox One' Updates & Release Date: 'Xbox Live' Drops Hundred-Dollars-Worth Free Access On Four New Game Titles For Gold Members [VIDEO & LINKS]


After last month's somewhat disappointing entries in the "Xbox Live" "Games with Gold program," Xbox gamers are in for a treat. This June 2016 Microsoft will give away four new titles that "Xbox Live Gold members" can download and play for free.

The four new game titles having free access were, namely: for "Xbox One," "The Crew" and "Goat Simulator" and for "Xbox 360," 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown" and "Super Meat Boy." Goat Simulator will be available for free all the way through the month of June whilst The Crew will drop on June 16th and hang about until July 15th for free. Super Meat Boy will take up the first half of the month with XCOM swapping it for the 15-day remainder, Attack of the Fan Boy reported. Letting gamers play them on their current console, both of the Xbox 360 titles will be available via Xbox One Backwards Compatibility.

This gives the impression of a pleasant mixture of AAA and indie titles with most of these being well received by all types of gamers. Although, news has not been heard from Sony yet on what they will be offering, Fan Boy added. But this should be a good time for gamers and Gold members monthly battle between their services.

The four free new games titles being offered to Xbox players for Games with Gold June 2016 Program have been announced, according to Geeks of Doom, and you can see what they are below together with information on each of the four titles.

For Xbox One:

  • Goat Simulator at $9.99: Available from June 1 to 30
  • The Crew at $29.99: Available from June 16 to July 15

For both Xbox One and Xbox 360:

  • Super Meat Boy at $14.99: Available from Jube 1 to 15
  • XCOM Enemy Unknown at $39.99: Available from June 16 to 30

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