October 2020 was all about setting up the scares as the Xbox Games With Gold scheme delivered four frightful games to Xbox gamers free of charge. But with the witching season gone for another year, it’s time for players to focus on a whole new set of freebies, as the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for November 2020 once more dishes out the gifts. Once again, you’d be crazy to miss out on the free games that lay ahead as there are some real gems being given away this time around.
Following on from October’s Halloween gifts of Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut, Maid of Sker, Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy and Costume Quest, the GWG scheme for October is going all in with four slightly less theme-focused affairs; games that cover all multitude of genre in fact. But that doesn’t mean you’ll want to miss out on the opportunity to expand your digital Xbox library.
Throughout the month of November, as long as you are the proud holder of a valid Xbox Live Gold subscription, you’ll have the ability to download the following four titles free of charge. And once you have, those games are yours to play forevermore.
- Aragami: Shadow Edition – Xbox One – 1st-30th November 2020
- Swimsanity – Xbox One – 16th October – 15th December 2020
- Full Spectrum Warrior – Xbox 360 – 1st-15th November 2020
- LEGO Indiana Jones – Xbox 360 – 16th-30th November 2020
In the times we find ourselves, you’d have to be absolutely hard-nosed not to pick up a freebie as and when you can, and even if you have previously played the games on offer this time around, you should still be heading to the Xbox Store during the free period and taking home the goods. If you don’t plan on playing them right away, then so be it, but remember that winter is just around the corner, the dark nights are drawing in and the weather is set to turn. And that’s where a decent backlog of games comes in super handy.
We will, as always, remind you as and when the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for November 2020 get stripped of their price tags, but for now, let us know in the comments which of the games you are most interested in playing. Will it be Swimsanity that, quite literally, floats your boat? Or does the brilliant Full Spectrum Warrior cover the bases that you’re looking forward to? We’d love to hear from you.