Nov 17, 2016 01:07 PM EST
Free Games On Xbox Gold Members Until Nov. 30; Project Scorpio Price Finally Revealed?
Xbox Live Gold members are slated to receive a new set of titles for this week. Mid-October to Mid-November game offers have already expired and new replacements have settled in. The game offers will last until the end of the month.
The recent Games with Gold promotion is said to offer discounted titles starting Nov. 16. Among the free games on the Xbox One are "Murdered: Soul Suspect" and the shooter game "Blood Dragon". In addition, the latter title is also available for free on PC right now in celebration of the 30th Anniversary Sale of Ubisoft. Moreover, the "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" is now available free of charge on the Xbox 360, GameSpot reported.
Previously, the Games with Gold program offered "The Escapists" and "The Secret of Monkey Island" on the Xbox. The two free game offers reportedly ended on Nov. 15. Xbox One players may also opt for "Super Dungeon Bros." until the end of the month.
On another note, the Games with Gold lineup in December 2016 is yet to be revealed. It is expected that the upcoming free games will be revealed next week. On the other hand, a fresh set of weekly deals are now available on Xbox Live.
In other news, Microsoft Executive Phil Spencer reportedly confirmed that the upcoming Xbox Scorpio will indeed cost more than the Xbox One S. The much-awaited console is slated to offer a true native 4K console. The console is slated to hit the stores at the end of 2017, Digital Trends reported.
Xbox Scorpio is said to be a premium product but the price tag will not be outrageous, Spencer noted. On that note, the Xbox One S is said to be Microsoft's most affordable console in 2017. The model is said to cater to the general gaming audience without a hefty price tag. Watch: TWO NEW CONSOLES! XBOX ONE S & Project Scorpio - 4K, Virtual Reality, more!
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