Microsoft Unveils the Games with Gold Titles for July 2021

Posted on June 29, 2021 by Paul Thurrott in Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox with 5 Comments

With July just days away, Microsoft has revealed which Games with Gold titles it will provide to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers next month.

They are:

Planet Alpha for Xbox One. Normally $19.99. Available July 1 to 31

“Survive a strange planet filled with danger and mystery. Marooned and alone, venture across the beautiful foreign land and unlock its many hidden secrets. With relentless enemies pursuing you, harness the power of night and day in your fight to stay alive in this alien world.”

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break for Xbox One. Normally $29.99. Available July 16 to August 15

“Jump into a sprawling, gut-busting story featuring bizarre and absurd takes on legendary characters. Design, build, and share your custom levels with friends in this Monty Python-esque tower defense and arcade game.”

Conker: Live & Reloaded for OG Xbox. Normally $9.99. Available July 1 to 15

“Back with a hangover and a heavy dose of attitude, play gaming’s notorious squirrel, Conker, through a raunchy world full of twisted characters, innuendos, and outrageous movie parodies.”

Midway Arcade Origins for Xbox 360. Normally $19.99. Available July 16 to 31

“With more than 30 timeless entries from the golden age of arcade gaming, relive your childhood or discover classic games for the first time, such as Defender, Gauntlet, Rampart, and more. No quarters needed to play!”

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Comments (5)

5 responses to “Microsoft Unveils the Games with Gold Titles for July 2021”

  1. bluvg

    Gauntlet! "The elf... is about to die." Rampage, etc... this looks like fun. Rock of Ages looks promising as well.

  2. rycott

    Every month when they announce a bunch of eh games you can just feel they want this to die and Game Pass to be the only thing you pay for.

    • bluvg

      I guess I might be a fan of eh games? ? That makes sense, though, I'm not much of a gamer.

      • rycott

        They've been pretty eh for a long time, to be honest. Once Game Pass started the quality and value of the free games has been decreasing. Not to say there are all bad, but if you compare them to what PS Plus gets it certainly is pretty eh most of the time.

  3. jamie_webster

    Looking forward to Conker . Wondering how good it's going to look on a series X. Why isnt this title on gamepass? The Rare Replay is the N64 emulated version