March's Free Xbox One Games With Gold Still Available

It's time for more free games.

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Looking to add more games to your Xbox library? Xbox Live Gold members now have access to a few more freebies. The next slate of free Games With Gold titles for March 2018 are now available on Xbox One and Xbox 360, but only for a limited time--and that deadline for grabbing them is coming up.

On Xbox One, Superhot--the FPS where time only advances when you move--is free. And on Xbox 360, the puzzle game Quantum Conundrum from Portal designer Kim Swift drops to the low, low price of $0.00. The latter can also be played on Xbox One through backwards compatibility. A Games With Gold title from earlier this month, Trials of the Blood Dragon, remains available until the end of the month. Quantum Conundrum will also return to its regular price at that point, while Superhot will be free until April 15.

Claiming these games will add them to your library and allow you to play them for as long as you remain an Xbox Live Gold member. Both of these games originally arrived a bit earlier than expected, but they've now replaced two of the existing Games With Gold games.

You can download March 2018's free Games With Gold titles on your console or you can get the download process started by clicking these Xbox.com store links:

In other news, the next set of Xbox Live deals are now available. Some of the week's discounted games include multiple Call of Duty titles, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Goat Simulator--you can see more of this week's deals here.

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