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Games with Gold May 2016 revealed for Xbox One and Xbox 360

27 Apr 16

Microsoft has announced the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that Gold members will be able to play next month.

As always, four games are being offered for the month of May 2016 for Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers. There is a good mix of games from various gaming genres being offered this time around. 

For Xbox One, you can download Defense Grid 2 from May 1st up until May 31st. The other game that will be available on Xbox One is Costume Quest 2 which will be available from May 16th until June 15th. 

For Xbox 360 owners, Peggle is downloadable from May 1st to May 15th. Lastly, there is GRID 2 on offer from May 16th to May 31st. As a reminder, the Xbox 360 games are also backwards compatible so Xbox One owners have access to all four games. 

 

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