The fact that September is just around the corner means that a whole new set of games are set to be made available to download for Xbox Live Gold members. As is usual for the program, users will receive two Xbox one titles and two for the Xbox 360, though the older games will be playable via backwards compatibility on the latest console.
The first Xbox One game comes in the form of Forza Motorsport 5: Game of the Year Edition. This is likely to help build some interest around the upcoming October release of Forza 7. It comes with the base game as well as the Top Gear DLC pack that includes additional cars and tracks. The second game for the newer hardware is Oxenfree, a dialogue-driven game that focuses on the player having to solve a supernatural mystery as they explore an island.
The two Xbox 360 games are Hydro Thunder Hurricane and battlefield 3. The first is a water-based racing game that was first released in 2010 for the Xbox Live Arcade as part of the Summer of Arcade promotion. Battlefield 3 was EA and DICE’s 2011 instalment in their celebrated first-person shooter franchise.
That leaves players with just a few more days to grab Trials Fusion for the Xbox One and Red Faction: Armageddon before they are removed from the promotion.
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