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It's that time of the month again where gamers can begin looking forward to the free games set to arrive for those with Xbox Live Gold. The Games With Gold program continues to unleash four free games for Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners.
The news was posted up over on the official Xbox YouTube channel, where it was revealed that starting on November 1st next month you'll be able to get a free copy of Ubisoft's Trackmania: Turbo, the latest iteration in the Trackmania series. The game will be available for free up until November 30th before the following month. The game is easily one of the best entries in the Trackmania franchise, offering far better-refined physics over the last outings, as well as a variety of different track types to race across and tracks to make. Gamers keen on beating times, racing on custom tracks or competing against their friends will likely enjoy Trackmania: Turbo.
In the middle of next month, you'll be able to get your hands on Tales From The Borderlands, the sci-fi adventure game from Telltale Games centering around some intrepid vault hunters who end up getting embroiled in an intergalactic affair with criminals, bandits, assassins, and some of the worst monsters Pandora has to offer. The game will be available between November 16th and December 16th the following month, so you'll have plenty of time to get your hands on a free copy of the highly lauded title.
Microsoft decided to dig deep into the well of old-school, nostalgic games from the Sega Saturn to give to Xbox 360 owners. Nights Into Dreams is the re-release on the 360 from the Saturn, featuring the 3D level designs and colorful dynamics that were present in the original game. As is usual with the Xbox 360 offerings, you'll only have the first half of November to get your hands on the title for free before it's replaced by another Xbox 360 game. Additionally, all the 360 titles offered via Games With Gold are backward compatible with the Xbox One.
I honestly don't remember Deadfall Adventures but Microsoft seems to want to give gamers a reason to get excited about it by giving it away for free during the second half of November. The first-person shooter takes players through tombs and ancient ruins while facing off against supernatural enemies. It wasn't a very popular game (nor a well-reviewed one) when it released back on the Xbox 360, but a free game is a free game, right?