Here are your free Xbox Games with Gold for July 2022
Microsoft is back with another selection for free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Another month, another batch of free Xbox games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. As usual, Microsoft is coming through with some free games for players. And, sadly, as usual, the options are a bit underwhelming.
Over the course of July, Xbox gamers with an active Xbox Live Gold subscription will be able to claim four free games that they can download and play for as long as they like.
Remember, anyone with an active Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription gets Xbox Live Gold included for no extra charge. So, if you have Game Pass Ultimate, you can snag these free games too.
As always, the batch of free games includes two Xbox One titles and two classic Xbox 360 games. You can claim them on either your Xbox One or your Xbox Series X|S via backwards compatibility. So, let’s see what’s up for grabs in July’s Games with Gold lineup.
Games with Gold for July 2022
This month sees a variety of games available for free for Xbox Gold subscribers. As mentioned, there are two modern Xbox One titles and two Xbox 360 titles. That’s kind of a bummer, but ultimately, these games are free.
The first title for Xbox One is Beasts of Maravilla Island. This game requires players to take pictures of elusive creatures and you get to do that in a jungle teeming with life.
The other Xbox One title in July is Relicta. This game is a first-person physics-based puzzle game and seems like a bunch of fun.
Check out all the titles and their availability dates below:
- Beasts of Maravilla Island ($9.99 ERP): Available July 1 to 31
- Relicta ($19.99 ERP): Available July 16 to August 15
- Thrillville: Off the Rails ($9.99 ERP): Available July 1 to 15
- Torchlight ($14.99 ERP): Available July 16 to 31
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