Xbox Live Gold free games for September 2022 announced

Microsoft announced its line of free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers in September 2022.

Get the full range below.

Xbox One

  • Available all month – The gods will fall (normally $14.99) – Battle against the deities themselves in this brutal action-adventure epic. The gods have ruled the world for millennia, ruling with a cruel iron fist that demands unquestioning loyalty. You and your fellow Celtic warriors are humanity’s very last chance. Grab your mace, test your spear, and sharpen your ax to battle horrible beasts and minions that inhabit the hellish lands of every god. Your decisions can make you a legend or you can be dust.
  • From September 16 to October 15 – Double Kick Hero (normally $21.99) – Pure metal power compels you! Race through post-apocalyptic highways battling zombies and militia in your tricked out Cadillac, the Gundillac. It’s a wild game that combines a shoot’em up with a rhythm game. Butt heads with your band through 30 levels of heavy, heavy metal madness.

Xbox 360

  • From September 1 to 15 – Saints Row 2 (normally $9.99) (play on Xbox One) – Summer never has to end when you build your amusement park. You can do everything from design roller coasters to go karts, play mini golf on your own courses, and join friends for board games. Be sure to check in with guests to make sure they love your theme park as much as you do, and make adjustments to keep them happy! It’s non-stop fun under the virtual sun!
  • From September 16 to 30 – Portal 2 (normally $19.99) (plays on Xbox One) – One of the all-time classics is available to teleport you to problem-solving mode. Use your wits on weapons in this sci-fi puzzle. In addition to portals, use tractor beams, lasers, light bridges, etc. With humorous new characters played by Stephen Merchant and JK Simmons, storytelling and humor are as much a joy as they are problem-solving. Play solo or cooperatively to start bending the rules of physics.

Watch a trailer below.

Games with Gold: September 2022


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Carolyn M. Daniel