The upcoming Xbox One Games With Gold for February 2017 was revealed for the very first time. The January list of free games will be reaching its “expiry date” so Xbox gamers are gearing up for February. No doubt fans will not be disappointed with what Microsoft has in store for them.
According to Game Rant, Microsoft is set to provide four free games in the Xbox Games With Gold for February 2017 promotion. To be more specific, two free games for Xbox One and two free games for Xbox 360. One of the titles Project CARS is offered Xbox One through Xbox Live for free.
Xbox One Games With Gold for February 2017 Details
This is only the beginning of a great month. Each of the free games are available at a very specific time so players should take the dates down, Polygon noted. For those on Xbox One, on February 1 to 28, the co-op space shooter game Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime will be free. It is originally priced at $14.99.
The other game is Project CARS, which will be available from February 16 to March 15. Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco Entertainment released this motorsport racing simulator game in May 2015. In addition, it is the most expensive game in the list with an original price of $29.99.
Xbox 360 Games With Gold for February 2017 Revealed
Those who are Xbox 360 users, on the other hand, will be getting the fun and colorful game called Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge. LucasArts developed the game and it focuses on the story of wannabe pirate Guybrrush Threepwood. At the same time, the main character has to find the mysterious treasure of Big Whoop. It is available from February 1 to 15.
Lastly, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is another LucasArts game that will be available on Xbox 360. It bridges the first two Star Wars trilogies together and acts as an origin story for the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Civil War. Furthermore, the game will be available from February 16 to 28.
Xbox users will the Xbox One Games With Gold For February 2017 for free next month. Xbox One users that want to play the Xbox 360 titles can do so. This is possible through the new backwards compatibility program.
Editor’s note: the YouTube video used for this article is from Xbox.