Microsoft has released the Xbox Games with Gold titles that Xbox Live subscribers will be able to download for free in the month of November 2017.
Next month's offerings for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 cover a wide range of genres, so it is highly likely that at least one of the titles will draw interest from each Xbox Live member.
Xbox Games with Gold November 2017
Microsoft announced the free Xbox Games with Gold for November 2017 through a post on the Xbox Wire written by Major Nelson.
Headlining next month's free games is Tales from the Borderlands, a comedy-adventure title for the Xbox One that spans across all five episodes. The game, set in Gearbox's Borderlands universe, features the franchise's unique humor with an engaging story that follows cyber-enhanced Rhys and con-woman Fiona as they search for treasure.
The other free game for the Xbox One is Trackmania Turbo, a fast-paced racing game that features four environments, several difficulty levels, and 200 tracks. The title comes with events that usually take less than a minute, which makes it a great option for taking a breather between lengthy gaming sessions.
There are also two games offered for Xbox 360 gamers. The first one is Nights into Dreams, the HD remastered version of the classic Sega Saturn platformer that was first released in 1996. The second one is Deadfall Adventures, a first-person action-adventure game that fell well short of matching up with the Uncharted series.
The two Xbox 360 games can also be played on the Xbox One through its backward compatibility feature.
Trackmania Turbo will be available for the whole month of November, but Tales from the Borderlands will be offered from Nov. 16 to Dec. 15. The two Xbox 360 games, meanwhile, will be offered in either half of next month, with Nights into Dreams available from Nov. 1 to Nov. 15 and Deadfall Adventure from Nov. 16 to Nov. 30.
The Turing Test, a first-person puzzler that was offered as a free title under the Xbox Games with Gold for October 2017, will still be available until Nov. 15.
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