Free Xbox One Games With Gold Of September 2018 Confirmed

Here's all the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games you can get in September with your Gold subscription.

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Somehow it is already nearly September, and that means the next batch of free Games With Gold titles for Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be available very soon. You've got a short while longer to claim the existing games before this new set of freebies arrives on Saturday, September 1.

The Xbox One freebies are Prison Architect (September 1-30) and Livelock (September 16-October 15), which normally sell for $30 and $10 USD respectively. The Xbox 360 free games are Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (September 1-15) and Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World (September 16-30). The Xbox 360 Games With Gold titles play on Xbox One through backwards compatibility, so Xbox One owners are actually getting four freebies.

Additionally, one of August's free Xbox One games--Ubisoft's swordfighting game For Honor--will remain free until September 15. However, now is your last chance to pick up August's other Games With Gold freebies, Forza Horizon 2 (Xbox One) and Disney Epic Mickey 2 (Xbox 360), for free before they return to their normal prices on September 1. Go, go, go.

September 2018 Games With Gold

Xbox One

  • Prison Architect (September 1-30)
  • For Honor (August 16-September 15)
  • Livelock (September 16-October 15)

Xbox 360

  • Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (September 1-15)
  • Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World (September 16-30)

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