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Xbox Games With Gold For February 2022: 3 Free Games Are Available Now

Aerial Knight's Never Yield is available to claim earlier than expected.

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Three of the four free games from February's Games with Gold lineup are available to claim right now. Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members can snag Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse, Aerial Knight's Never Yield, and Hydrophobia. Aerial Knight's Never Yield technically wasn't supposed to be free until tomorrow, but you can claim it early by logging into your Xbox account via a browser. Bang of Bugs will join the freebies tomorrow, and it's the last day to claim Hydrophobia.

Broken Sword 5 is a point-and-click adventure game that originally released as an episodic game starting in 2013. It revolves around a stolen painting and a grand conspiracy created by the Devil. If you like classic adventure games, Broken Sword 5 is worth checking out. It earned an 8/10 in our Broken Sword 5 review.

Aerial Knight's Never Yield is a 3D automatic runner that launched last year. Set in a futuristic version of Detroit, Aerial Knight's Never Yield stars Wally, a young man searching for answers to the city's problems. If you're a fan of fast-paced side-scrollers, it might be worth checking out. Plus, you could beat the game in one sitting, as each run only lasts around 1.5 hours. Aerial Knight's Never Yield will be available to claim February 16 to March 15.

Hypdrophobia is an action-adventure game set in a floating city that will be free during the first half of the month. Meanwhile, Band of Bugs is a turn-based tactics game starring, you guessed it, bugs.

Xbox Games with Gold for February 2022

  • Broken Sword 5 - Available February 1-28
  • Aerial Knight's Never Yield - Available February 16-March 15
  • Hydrophobia - Available February 1-15
  • Band of Bugs - Available February 16-28

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