Microsoft has revealed its lineup of its Xbox Games with Gold for June 2019.
The selection for this month includes NHL 19 and Rivals of Aether for the Xbox One, as well as Portal: Still Alive and Earth Defense Force 2017 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Xbox Games With Gold June 2019
• NHL 19
Launched back in September 2018, NHL 19 debuted the well-received feature "World of Chel" and added new game modes that let players participate in matches on outdoor rinks.
It's available starting on June 1 until June 30 for the Xbox One.
• Rivals Of Aether
Developed by Dan Fornace, Rivals of Aether first rolled out in March 2017 for Windows PC and in August 2017 for the Xbox One. It's a fighting game that took cues from Nintendo's Super Smash Bros.
It's up for grabs from June 16 to July 15 for the Xbox One.
• Portal: Still Alive
Valve ported Portal for the Xbox 360 in the form of Portal: Still Alive. It released the game as an exclusive on the Xbox Live Arcade back in October 2008. Building on the original, it comes with additional achievements and Test Chambers.
It's available between June 1 and 15 for the Xbox One via backward compatibility and Xbox 360.
• Earth Defense Force 2017
As another title from the Earth Defense Force franchise, Earth Defense Force 2017 is more or less replacing Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon from the Xbox Games with Gold lineup of May 2019.
It'll go up starting on June 16 until June 30 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
• NHL 19 - Xbox One, June 1 to 30
• Rivals of Aether - Xbox One, June 16 to July 15
• Portal: Still Alive - Xbox One and Xbox 360, June 1 to 15
• Earth Defense Force 2017 - Xbox One and Xbox 360, June 16 to June 30
Xbox Games With Gold May 2019
With the new selection announced, the lineup for Xbox Games with Gold for May 2019 is saying goodbye. It consisted of Marooners and The Gold Club 2019 for the Xbox One and Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon and Comic Jumper for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
For the record, a subscription to Xbox Live Gold costs $9.99 a month, $24.99 per quarter, or $59.99 a year. For first-time users, it'll cost $1 for their first month on the service.