April Xbox Live Games with Gold

For the month of April, Xbox Live Gold members will receive six new free games (double the normal amount) on Xbox One and Xbox 360 as part of the Games with Gold program.

On Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold members can download Pool Nation FX ($9.99 ERP) AND Child of Light ($14.99 ERP) for free during the month of April.

On Xbox 360, starting Wednesday, April 1st, Gears of War Judgement ($19.99 ERP) and Terraria ($14.99 ERP) will be free for Xbox Live Gold members through April 15th. Then on April 16th, Xbox Live Gold Members can download Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag ($19.99 ERP) and Army of Two The Devil’s Cartel ($19.99 ERP) for free through April 30th.

Source: http://majornelson.com/2015/03/26/xbox-live-games-with-gold-for-april-2015-double-the-games/


I agree. I am excited for 1 of the xbox one offerings and all of the 360 offerings,

Finally a nice lineup of all good games and none of which I have. And 4 instead of the usual 2? Shut up and take none of my money!!

It’s like Christmas in April… for us with Gold, that is.

Like always, thanks for the news, bro!

Its my pleasure.

Child of Light, Gears of War Judgment and Black Flag in one month? What is going on!?

I hope the streak continues. Last month was awesome as well.

April fools joke maybe…?

Good news, hopefully it will come true

My Hard Drive isn’t.

Its not an April fools joke.


wtf is this game for XB1?

y always indie games? I didn’t buy a next-gen console to play this kind of game…
The 360 games are all pretty cool.

Well I mean you don’t have to play them… You could always just go buy a game instead of getting two for free.

Well I don’t play on 360, so in fact, “Games with Gold” is pretty much useless for me.The games for 360 are alright, but I did not even encounter at least 1(!) good game for XB1 (arcade lover may disagree).
As of right now, I don’t think I’m going to extend my membership, simply because GWG used to be a crucial part of Gold for me on 360, which it isn’t anymore on XB1. So yes, I was actually buying gold for those free games, which makes them “not-so-free-anymore”.

huh, this is getting confusing :interrobang: