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Games with Gold September 2022: these are free games for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

Take a look at the selection of free games that Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will receive in September 2022 for Xbox systems.

Xbox has confirmed the new titles that will be part of Xbox Live Gold’s monthly rotation during September through their official blog, Xbox Wire. Four new games will be available for subscribers during September and the first half of October. Of course, once redeemed, they will stay as part of your library, but remember, you need to be subscribed to either Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to access them.

September 2022’s Games with Gold for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

September will be full of different activities for subscribers.

Whether you want to take up the battle against the very deities themselves in a brutal action and adventure epic, or travel the post-apocalyptic freeways battling zombies and militia in your tricked-out Cadillac. Maybe you get to build your amusement park or use your wits over weapons in one of the most popular sci-fi puzzlers.

Here is the complete list of games available:

On the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S: these are the two games that will be part of this month’s rotation:

  • Gods Will Fall: Available from September 1 to 30
  • Double Kick Heroes: Available from September 16 to October 15

For the classic lineup with Backward Compatibility, these are the two games that will be available:

  • Thrillville: Available from September 1 to 15
  • Portal 2: Available from September 16 to 31

It’s worth mentioning that subscribers still have a few hours to redeem two of the titles from last month. Calico and Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine will be available until August 31. Also, until September 15th, ScorugeBringer will be available as the last of August 2022’s games rotation. Just redeem them, and they will be yours.

And remember, this will be the last month Games with Gold will include Xbox 360 games for subscribers.

Source | Xbox Wire