Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 Lineup: Four Titles Announced; New Game ‘Super Dungeon Bros’ Confirmed for this Month! More Details

By Laine Lucas , Updated Nov 01, 2016 08:19 PM EDT
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Microsoft has announced the free games included in the Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 lineup. As always, four new titles are offered for the whole month of November for those who have subscribed to the Xbox Live Gold program. It was initially predicted that big titles like "Watch Dogs" and "Red Dead Redemption" will be included in the list, but unfortunately, none of them made it to the list.

Making its debut on Xbox Live for free, "Super Dungeon Bros" headlines the Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 lineup. Normally priced at $19.99, this title is downloadable at no cost starting on Nov. 1 until Nov. 30 for Xbox One owners. The action-packed dungeon brawler features heavy metal legends like Lars Freddie, Ozzie, and Axl. Play the game with friends online or local by exploring dungeons of Rokheim and searching for loot, and fighting the undead.

"Murdered: Soul Suspect" is also another Xbox One title included in the Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 lineup. The game is also priced at $19.99 but will be free of cost from Nov. 16 until Dec. 15. The game centers on Detective Ronan O'Connor who was murdered by a masked suspect. The detective game is mixed with supernatural theme and players will need to solve mysteries of O'Connor's and other victims' death.

Meanwhile, "Monkey Island: SE" and "Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon" are the free titles included in the Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 lineup for Xbox 360 owners. The point-and-click adventure game "Monkey Island: Special Edition" came out in 2009. Originally priced at $9.99, the title can be downloaded for free from Nov. 1 until Nov. 15. Ubisoft's "Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon," which normally retails for $14.99, can be downloaded free of charge from Nov. 16 until Nov. 30.

It should be noted that the Xbox Live Games with Gold November 2016 free games for Xbox 360 can be played on the latest-generation console via the Backward Compatibility program. This also means that Xbox One owners have the chance to play all free titles announced for this month.

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