Andrew writes: "Good news. There may have been a hiccup from Microsoft that revealed the first Xbox One Games with Gold release for February. Hope you like Card RPGs."
I remember this same thing happening months ago and it turned out the game wasn't gwg so I'd keep that in mind but haven't picked up this game and would enjoy it if it is February's gwg
I subbed to Xbox Live for the first time this month and I've been enjoying the games. Dirt Showdown is like the Destruction Derby HD that never was, and Killer Instinct is a pretty fun fighting game. I don't play fighting games much apart from Tekken, so it's nice to try something fresh. Same goes for Deus Ex, a series that I've never played (I suck at FPS) but I started it today. Nice variety.
It's not part of GWG, but if you don't already have it, The Witcher 2 is also free at the moment.
It showed up for someone in that area, our only guess is that it could be for next month. We can hope, right?
Did you pick up witcher 2? It's not gwg but it is free. Edit: just saw monster posted the same too.
Actually killer instinct was basically dlc for a f2p game, don't oversell it.
@IamTyler " killer instinct was basically dlc for a f2p game, don't oversell it." Lol what?
I'm pretty sure one of the games will be Rocket League..it finally comes to us next month on xbl so why not make it February GwG
I think, they think(RL devs) they are too 'big' and successful now to do a PSN-like deal with XBL. Why bleed money now that your product sells itself? But who knows...
D'oh! Just picked it up for cheap on PS4. That'll teach me to buy stuff on sale.
Oh you have a Xbox one now?
HOFor starts easy and get progressively more difficult. I remember playing it a good while, but never finished it. Fun game though.
Booo!!! I'm too stupid for card games! So boooo... hopefully they announce the official list soon
lol I like the honesty in this post at least ;)
A card game is a weak offering.
Ugh! I hope this is wrong.
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