Xbox Live Games To Add 4000+ Game Titles In 2017; Playstation Plus Brings In 6 Free Games In Time For New Year
Games with Gold for next year has reportedly been revealed earlier than usual. It has been noted that Xbox gamers would be able to play four new titles in the new year with thousands more to come. In addition, Sony has also confirmed free games coming to PlayStation Plus members in the upcoming new year.
Xbox Live Games 2017 Is Over 4,000
Furthermore, Microsoft reportedly revealed the possibility of adding more than 4,500 games to their gamer score in the New Year. Moreover, all Xbox One January Gold Members may get to play hybrid tower defence action in "The World of Van Helsing: Deathtrap" for the whole month of January 2017. Xbox Live Gold members may reportedly test fighting skills with the "Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition" for the Xbox 360 console from Jan. 16-Feb. 15, 2017, Xbox Wire reported.
Additionally, Xbox Live Gold members may also indulge in a classic platforming game with the Rayman Legends from Dec. 16, 2016 until the end of January 2017. Note that the aforementioned games may also be available for Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Tons of games are expected to come in the following year as revealed in the demo games this year.
6 Free Games To Play For PlayStation Plus Members
In other news, PlayStation Plus members are expected to get free downloads of 6 games published from last year to a few years back. Note that the survival game "This War of Mine: The Little Ones" for PS4 players is now free to download along with the combat game "Blazerush" on PS3. In addition, "Azkend 2" for PS Vita is included as well as "The Swindle", "Titan Souls" and "The Tentacle Remastered", ComingSoon.net reported.
Games for the Xbox Live Gold members that are free to download reportedly include the tower-defense game "World of Van Helsing: Deathtrap" and "Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra Edition". Additionally, "The Cave" is also playable from Jan. 1-15, 2017. "Rayman Origins" is playable from Jan. 16-31, 2017. Watch the PS Plus Games vs Xbox Live Gold Games Comparison here: