disney bolt

The start of a new month is always an exciting time for Xbox gamers, with new free Games With Gold titles delivered to the masses free of charge. And with October pretty much up and running, we see the first of the latest batch of freebies hitting home. Are you ready for Disney Bolt?

Available to download free of charge provided you have a valid Xbox Live Gold membership in place, Disney Bolt is a native Xbox 360 titles that first released on console way back in 2008.

As you may expect to hear, it’s based on the Disney film of the same name and sees gamers given the opportunity to take charge of Bolt, the superdog, and Penny, as they head off on a number of missions in order to save Penny’s dad from Dr. Calico.

Usually priced up at £8.99, for the next couple of weeks Xbox gamers can get full download access of Bolt for absolutely nothing, before seeing it added to their library forever more. Obviously Xbox 360 players are well catered for, what with the game being a native 360 title, but thanks to the power of Xbox One and the Backward Compatibility scheme, the more modern day gamer can also enjoy a bit of super-powered dog action.

If you haven’t previously played Bolt on Xbox and wish to give it a shot then now is your very best opportunity. Yes, you may fail to be utterly blown away by what this decade old experience is now delivering – after-all, it didn’t exactly set the world alight on release – but for getting you through a wet weekend, it should well suffice.

Get yourself over to the Xbox Store right now and grab Disney Bolt on Xbox for zero cost. Just be aware that once the middle of the month rolls round, that usual price will be put back in place again. In other words, be quick!

Game Description:

Join Penny and her super dog, Bolt, as they travel the globe on a dangerous mission to save Penny’s dad from the evil Dr. Calico.

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