Xbox free Games with Gold for November 2017 confirmed

Xbox free Games with Gold for November 2017 confirmed

Xbox free Games with Gold for November 2017 confirmed

Microsoft on their official Major Nelson blog has announced a new list of titles heading to the two consoles this November.

Xbox 360's Deadfall Adventures is now available to play on your Xbox One, and if you haven't made it part of your digital library, you'll soon have the chance. As an added bonus, the Xbox 360 games will be playable on the Xbox One through Backward Compatibility. You can download the game from November 16th until December 15th.

The Xbox One X will hit stores here in the United Kingdom on November 7. You do have enough time to enjoy the game which has over 200 tracks and also let two players control the vehicle at the same time.

The number of games revealed might not be as spectacular as Octobers offering, but the star of the show would have to be Tales from the Borderlands for the Xbox One! The story spans through five episodes and makes it extremely fun especially considering the deep storyline created by the developers.

And earlier this year, former Xbox Chief Marketing Officer Yusuf Mehdi reflected in a LinkedIn posthow "it required great technical work" to change course and reverse "a few key decisions regarding connectivity requirements and how games would be purchased that didn't land well with fans".

Remember, both Xbox 360 titles will also be available on the Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility.

The half-and-half like/dislike ratio was followed by a collection of comments with gamers most readily not being happy about older scraggly games being tossed out like maggot-infected scraps to starving dogs in a dirty pen under a bridge. The Turing Test will also be available until November 16. The second one is Deadfall Adventures, a first-person action-adventure game that fell well short of matching up with the Uncharted series.

Xbox Game Pass is a monthly subscription service that gives players access to a rotating catalogue of over 100 digital games, including titles on Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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