If you’re one of the many people who pay for online multiplayer access for the Xbox One, then chances are part of the reason you’ve subscribed is for the free games each month. Today, Microsoft has announced the Xbox Games With Gold September 2018 list, and it’s a mixed bag.
Check out the trailer below to see which games you’ll be getting for free for becoming an Xbox Live Gold member.
The official game synopsis along with links and prices of each game can be seen below as well.
Prison Architect ($29.99 ERP): Available September 1 to 30 on Xbox One
Take control of designing, building, and running a maximum-security penitentiary in Prison Architect. See the results of your grand designs play out on the lives of your inmates, as you create a utopic rehabilitation center or a Super Max prison. You’ll manage everything from staffing, security, and maintenance to escape attempts and riots. It’s your prison, your rules.
Livelock ($9.99 ERP): Available September 16 to October 15 on Xbox One
Break the infinite cycle of war between the machines in the twin-stick shooter Livelock. Control one of three mechanical chassis types – Hex, Vanguard or Catalyst – to defeat your mechanical enemies in this three-player co-op shooter as you battle to unlock Eden and revive humanity.
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars ($19.99 ERP): Available September 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
Journey to a galaxy, far, far away and fight the Separatist army in LEGO Star Wars III. Based on the “The Clone Wars” animated series, experience massive ground battles, boss fights, and multi-layered space combat in the uniquely humorous LEGO style. Expanded abilities, weapons, and characters in over 20 story-based missions make this the most action-packed LEGO game to date.
Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World ($9.99 ERP): Available September 16 to 30 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
Bring peace back to Monster World in three classic action RPG titles from the past in Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World. Relive the fun of the Wonder Boy series, including the final chapter never released outside of Japan. This is retro adventure gaming at its finest.
I told you it’s a mixed bag. Are you OK with the list or should Microsoft push for more AAA and big-budget offerings? Let us know what you think in the comments.