It’s April 1 and—no fooling—time for another month of free Xbox games for those with Xbox Live Gold memberships.
Reminder: All Xbox 360 games in the Games for Gold promotion also work in Xbox One in Backward Compatibility mode too. So Xbox One users with Xbox Live Gold subscriptions are technically getting at least four free games each month.
Here’s what’s new for April.
Normal price: $39.99
Free availability: April 1 to April 30
Description: You awake on an island with no idea where or who you are. Over 500 puzzles lay before you as you slowly regain your memories piece by piece in the hopes of finding your way off this mysterious, gorgeous island in this challenging open-world puzzler that has been described by admirers as beautiful, challenging, and a puzzler’s paradise.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Normal price: $49.99
Free availability: April 16 to May 15
Description: The Industrial Revolution in London provides the backdrop in this epic chapter of the Assassin’s Creed series, as you play as siblings endeavoring to retake the city back from the Templars. With new fighting mechanics, extraordinary tools, and new modes of transport, build your gang and fight to bring justice and the rule of law back to your home city.
Cars 2: The Video Game
Normal price: $19.99
Free availability: April 1 to April 15
Description: Become the fastest racecar in the world. Play as Mater, Lightning McQueen, or other favorites as you take on dangerous missions, action-packed challenges, and race against friends in this high-speed adventure inspired by the film “Cars 2.”
Dead Space 2
Normal price: $19.99
Free availability: April 16 to April 30
Description: Return as Isaac Clarke in the terrifying sequel to the classic Dead Space. This time you’ll find yourself on The Sprawl, an epic space city that has fallen under attack. Fight mysterious government operators and the deadly Necromorph with a variety of tools and customized weapons, trying to piece together what has transpired from the first game while recovering from the ill effects of your recent coma.
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