March is just around the corner, which means a new slate of Games with Gold will soon be available. Microsoft has revealed the next batch of free games for Xbox Live Gold members, and as usual, it includes two titles for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360.
Kicking off the month are Telltale’s Batman: The Enemy Within for Xbox One and Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 for Xbox 360. The former will be available throughout the entire month, while the latter will be free to download from March 1-15.
Two more free games will be available starting March 16. First is Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, which will be up for grabs until April 15. Joining it is the well-liked Xbox 360 Sonic game, Sonic Generations; you’ll be able to download that until March 31. As usual, both of March’s free Xbox 360 titles are backwards compatible with Xbox One.
You can see the full list of March’s free games below. In the meantime, you still have a couple of days to grab some of February’s free Games with Gold. TT Isle of Man and the original Star Wars Battlefront will both return to their regular price on February 29, while Call of Cthulu will be free until March 15.
An Xbox Live Gold membership costs $10 a month, while an Game Pass Ultimate subscription–which includes all the benefits of Xbox Live Gold along with access to the Xbox Game Pass library–runs for $15 a month. Microsoft recently confirmed that Halo Infinite will be available on Game Pass for Xbox One and the company’s upcoming Xbox Series X console. If you’re interested in trying the service, you can get three months of Game Pass Ultimate for $25.
Xbox Games with Gold for March 2020
- Batman: The Enemy Within (March 1-31)
- Shantae: Half-Genie Hero (March 16-April 15)
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 (March 1-15)
- Sonic Generations (March 16-31)
Xbox Series X And Xbox One News
- Xbox One Games With Gold For March 2020 Revealed
- Xbox Series X: Release Date, Specs, Price, And Everything We Know
- Xbox Series X Gets New Details On Ray-tracing, SSD, Game Suspension
- Xbox Series X Will Be Backwards Compatible With All Previous Generations
- Why You Can't Pre-Order Xbox Series X Yet
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