Xbox reveals Games With Gold lineup for June

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An image of Xbox's "Games With Gold." (Facebook/xbox)

Gamers who are members of the Xbox Live Gold will be treated to a number of free games this summer.

Microsoft has announced its line up for the “Games With Gold” for the month of June. The gaming giant confirmed four games that subscribers can download for free on various dates next month.

First on the list is racing game “Speedrunners” ($14.99). This game becomes available starting June 1 until the end of the month. It is followed by the open-world hacking game “Watch Dogs” ($29.99). It will be ready for download beginning June 16 until July 15. The two other games are “Assassin’s Creed III” ($19.99). and the fantasy RPG “Dragon Age: Origins” ($14.99). Gamers can download the former from June 1 to 15, while the latter becomes available for free from June 16 to 30. Both games will be available in Xbox 360 and Xbox Live via the backward compatibility program.

Moreover, a DLC for “Phantom Dust” will also be available for the whole month of June on the Xbox One. Players will need to cash out $14.99 for it. The DLC pack will include different kinds of skills and abilities that will give gamers the edge to beat their enemies, the report added.

Last month, Xbox One also released four games for the “Games With Gold” for May. Leading the lineup were two games under the “Star Wars” franchise, namely, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II” and Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga.” The two other games were “Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director’s Cut” and “Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris” all of which can still be downloaded for free until the end of the month, according to Gamespot.

On the flipside, Xbox’s rival Sony also released a few titles for the Game Collection of PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) for the month of May. The released “Abzu” for PlayStation 4 (PS4) owners in North America, as well as “Tales from the Borderlands” and “Alienation.”

Moreover, they also included some games for PS Vita like “Type: Rider and “Laser Disco Defenders.”