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February Xbox Games with Gold announced

29 Jan 15

Microsoft has now announced the free games Xbox Live Gold members can get for the month of February. 

One game is available for Xbox One, while Xbox 360 owners are able to play two games. All of the games will be free for you to download and play as long as you are an active Xbox Live Gold subscriber. 

The free Xbox One game being offered is #IDARB. The game's title is short for "It Draws a Red Box". You can download the game from February 1st until February 28th. 

The first Xbox 360 game on offer is Brothers: Tales of Two Sons. The game will be available to download from February 1st until February 15th. The second Xbox 360 game you can play is Sniper Elite V2. Xbox 360 owners can get the game from February 16th until February 28th. 

 

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