Xbox Live Gold News & Update: Microsoft Announced Games For Xbox One, Xbox 360; New Titles Releasing This Week Revealed!

By Staff Reporter , Updated Nov 29, 2016 01:15 AM EST

The game enthusiasts are in for a lot of treat this December as a number of games is coming on Xbox One. Aside from that, the Xbox Live Gold subscribers also have a reason to celebrate as Microsoft recently announced the free titles that they can download for Xbox One and Xbox 360.

The Xbox Live Gold subscribers can get the free open world shooter "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition" starting on Dec. 1 to 31 and the survival horror "Outlast" from Dec. 16 to Jan. 15 for Xbox One users. For Xbox 360 gamers, on the other hand, can now enjoy "Outland" from Dec. 1 to 15 and "Burnout Paradise" on Dec. 16 to 31 that are also can be downloaded for Xbox One through backward compatibility.

According to BGR, games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers can be at times a hit of a miss, but the coming titles in December are definitely one of the best. "Sleeping Dog: Definitive Edition" can be compared to the gameplay of "Grand Theft Auto," while "Outlast" and "Outland," which are two different titles, are also good indie games. Additionally, "Burnout Paradise" is considered "one of the best open world racers" ever made.

Meanwhile, aside from the much-awaited free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, the game enthusiasts are also waiting for the coming titles for Xbox One this late November to early December. Starting to roll out on Nov. 29 is the long-awaited "Final Fantasy XV" from the critically acclaimed game series "Final Fantasy," per Windows Central.

Another one coming this Friday on Xbox One is Ubisoft's "Steep," an extreme sports game franchise promising to take its players to an adrenaline-filled ride in the high mountains full of snow. To add to the enjoyment of the Xbox Live Gold subscribers, these games are also set for a release "The Crew: Ultimate Edition" on Nov. 29 and "The Dwarves" on Dec. 1 and "Furi" on Dec. 2.

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