Jan 28, 2017 09:57 AM EST
Xbox Games with Gold for February 2017 Released: 'Project Cars', 'Monkey Island', 'Star Wars', and More
There is another reason for Xbox Live Gold members to rejoice as they will be given access to classic and brand-new game titles that are compatible with Xbox One and Xbox 360. These releases clearly prove that Microsoft is listening to their fans. Here are the Xbox Games with Gold coming out this February 2017 as announced by Microsoft:
- "Monkey Island 2: Special Edition" - Players who have been waiting to play this classic adventure and remastered game in 1991, now is the perfect time to check it out, iDigitalTimes reported. While those who once had this game, they can bring back the memories of the 90's. Starting Feb. 1-15, this game will be available for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
- "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" is considered the best "Star Wars" game that will be made available for download on Xbox 360 and Xbox One starting Feb.16-28 for $19.99. Xbox Live Gold members now have a chance to get access to this best seller game and the weapons, the Force and the lightsaber.
- "Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime" - this game is said to be an ultimate set for teamwork and since next month is also love month, it's release just hit the perfect time. This game will be available for Xbox one starting Feb. 1-28.
- "Project Cars Digital Edition" - this video game that was developed by Slightly Mad Studios is one of the critically acclaimed games played by today's generation. With 74 types of cars that can be driven in 30 different locations, there's no wonder why this generation's players are fascinated with the game. If you have been planning to get hold of the game, next month is the perfect time to own it as it will be available for Xbox One starting Feb. 16-Mar. 15.
There goes the scheduled release of old and new games for Xbox One and Xbox 360. Members may take advantage of the chances given by Microsoft.
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