Xbox reveals Games With Gold lineup for June

Isaac Cain
May 30, 2017

People who already subscribe to an Xbox Gold service can pay an extra $10 monthly for the new "Game Pass", which will be available at the same cost to console users with Live accounts in any of 31 markets around the world at the start of June, according to product marketing director Parimal Deshpande.

Based on the new figures, Speedrunners will remain the whole next month and Watch Dogs will become available on June 16th to onwards July 15.

From Xbox 360, some exciting playable titles on Xbox One include XCOM: Enemy Within, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Grid 2, BioShock, BioShock 2, Braid, Lego Batman: The Video Game, Banjo-Kazooie, Borderlands, and Perfect Dark Zero.

There will be around 100 games from both the Xbox One and older Xbox 360 console available at launch, although the selection of Xbox 360 will only include those in the backwards compatibility program.

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Let's take a look at all of the Xbox One console exclusives confirmed for 2017, so far.

Major Nelson recently announced that as part of the Games with Gold program, Xbox Live Gold members will get to enjoy two new Xbox One games and two other Xbox 360 games next month.

While Sony's rival PlayStation Now streams titles over the internet, the Xbox Game Pass downloads games directly to the user's hard drive to eliminate the possibility of glitches caused by poor network connections. If you're not fussed about playing the latest titles, then it's a thoroughly tempting proposition with plenty to be digging into. As per Microsoft's figures, the total June 2017 games with Gold lineup is worth $94 and offers up to 4000 gamerscore.

"Assume the role of Connor, the son of a Native American mother and English father". After your village is decimated, you bind yourself to the cause of freedom and set out on a decades-long quest to achieve it. The two other games are "Assassin's Creed III" ($19.99) and the fantasy RPG "Dragon Age: Origins" ($14.99).

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