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Microsoft reveals free Xbox 360/Xbox One 'Games with Gold' lineup for March 2018

21 Feb 2018

As always, Microsoft will be releasing free games for Xbox Live Gold members to play for the month of March 2018. The games released will be playable on Xbox 360 as well as the Xbox One. 

The first game Xbox One owners can play is Trials of the Blood Dragon. This is a spinoff to Ubisoft's popular motorbike obstacle course series called Trials. However, this game is based on the Blood Dragon mini-game from Far Cry 3. Trials of the Blood Dragon is downloadable on March 1st until March 31st.

The second Xbox One game available to Xbox Live Gold members is Superhot. Superhot is a futuristic looking FPS that has stylish graphics and gameplay. The game can be downloaded from March 16th until April 15th. 

Xbox 360 owners are not forgotten either as two more games are coming your way. The first 360 game is Brave: The Video Game based on the popular Pixar film of the same name. That game is downloadable on March 1st until March 15th. 

Lastly, 360 players can then download a puzzle platformer called Quantum Conundrum. The game is available from March 16th until March 31st. If you own an Xbox One, all four aforementioned video games are available for you since the Xbox One is backwards compatible. 

Not to mention all four games are available for you to keep forever when you download them as you as you remain to be an active Xbox Live Gold subscriber. 

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