Last Chance To Get Free Xbox One Games With Gold
Grab these free titles while you can.
June is right around the corner, which means a new selection of free Games with Gold will soon be available for Xbox Live Gold members. That makes this week your last opportunity to grab May's free titles for Xbox One and Xbox 360 before they return to their regular prices.
On Xbox One, Gold members can still download two free games: Super Mega Baseball 2 and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The former will only be available until May 31, while the latter will be up for grabs through the first half of June, giving you a bit of time to download the critically acclaimed stealth game if you haven't yet.
On the 360 side, Platinum Games' cult favorite shooter, Vanquish, is free to download until May 31. Like other 360 titles offered through the Games with Gold program, Vanquish is also backwards compatible with Microsoft's newer console, giving Xbox One owners three potential freebies to grab right now.
You can see the full list of May's free Games with Gold below. They'll be replaced by a new lineup of freebies for Gold members on June 1. On the Xbox One side, the Assassin's Creed spin-off, Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia, will be free to download for the entire month, while Sega's Xbox 360 racer, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, will be available until June 15.
Two more freebies will follow partway through the month. Beginning June 16, Xbox One owners will be able to grab the Smite Gold Bundle, which includes gods, skins, and other extra content for the free-to-play game. 360 owners, meanwhile, will be able to download Lego Indiana Jones 2: The New Adventures, which will also be backwards compatible with Xbox One. You can see June's free Games with Gold here.
May 2018 Games With Gold
- Super Mega Baseball 2 (May 1-31)
- Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (May 16-June 15)
Xbox 360 (playable on Xbox One)
- Streets of Rage (May 1-15)
- Vanquish (May 16-31)
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