It’s the middle of November and as the nights draw in and Christmas gets closer, the Xbox Games With Gold scheme is delivering the goods once more. Today we see a bit of a change in terms of the games being given away as Deadfall Adventures gets stripped of its usual £34.99 price tag.

If you are an Xbox Live Gold subscriber – and have a valid subscription – then from today you can download Deadfall Adventures for free. A native Xbox 360 title which originally released back in 2013, Deadfall Adventures can also be played on Xbox One and Xbox One X thanks to the Backwards Compatibility feature. Bringing a classic action adventure story that is set in various locales around the globe, you’ll find a game that tests you in terms of puzzles, asks you to overcome multiple traps and promises plenty of hidden treasures.

A single player campaign makes up the meat and drink of Deadfall Adventures, but you’ll also get the chance to get your guns ready as you take on multiple Deathmatch style game modes, a Treasure Hunt mode and a rather fun cooperative Survival option.

If you are looking for a free game, or just want to add Deadfall Adventures to your digital library for those times of need in the darkest depths of winter, then get over to the Microsoft Store right now. It’s free after all! If however you don’t currently have an Xbox Live Gold subscription, then you may wish to pay the team at CDKeys a little visit.

Looking to find our more about the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games being given away via the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for November 2017? We’ve got you sorted.

Game Description:

You are James Lee Quatermain, descendant of the legendary adventurer Allan Quatermain. Reluctantly, Quatermain agrees to help the US government find a powerful artefact before the Nazis or the Russians do. Its pieces are hidden in ancient temples across the globe, protected by deadly traps and raging mummies. Ready your guns, because the hunt is on. Classic action-adventure story set in exotic locations around the globe – Egypt, Arctic and forgotten ruins of the Maya Inspired by the novels of H. Rider Haggard Levels full of traps, puzzles and hidden treasures Make use of your adventurer-equipment (compass, flashlight, notebook) Singleplayer campaign, plus multiple multiplayer modes: Classic Deathmatch/Team Deathmatch (12 players) Treasure Hunt Mode (2 teams – Max 6 players per team) Co-op Survival Mode (4 players)

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stylon (Steve)
stylon (Steve)
3 years ago

Think this is definitely a rainy Sunday afternoon type of game, or as you put it, “those times of need in the darkest depths of winter”. It’s clear it was made with a very modest budget but I always meant to pick it up in a sale as it looked kind of interesting but I never did…