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Here are the free Games with Gold coming to Xbox in November

Some solid choices this month.

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It seems like just yesterday we were gearing up for September and October’s free games, yet here we are again, announcing another month of free games that you can play with an active Xbox Live Gold account.

Like the months before it, November contains four different games for you to sink your teeth into, and like most months, they just aight. Well, except for one, it’s more than aight, it’s tight. I don’t understand the lingo of today, is this what the youth want? YAH YEET.

Check out November’s Free Games with Gold

The star of this month is definitely DICE’s Battlefield 1. First released in 2016, Battlefield 1 returns to World War 1 to offer a variety of single and multiplayer modes for gamers to enjoy. And honestly, you’ll have a lot of fun with this while waiting for Battlefield V.

Race the Sun is a unique, visually neat time trial game that requires players to complete courses while staying in the sun’s light as much as possible, as your craft gets its energy from the star.

The OG Assassin’s Creed also makes its way to November’s Free Games with Gold, and at this point, there isn’t much left to say about the game. It’s good, there have been a million AC titles since 2007, and you’ll probably miss a lot of the features that found their way to the series later in development. But it’s free, so screw it.

Rounding out the list is Dante’s Inferno, and honestly, I never played this one, but it’s an action title based on the first part of the Divine Comedy, called Inferno.

Availability dates and trailers

  • Battlefield 1: November 1 – 30 (Xbox One)
  • Race the Sun: November 16 – December 15 (Xbox One)
  • Assassin’s Creed: November 1 – 15 (Xbox 360/Xbox One)
  • Dante’s Inferno: November 16 – 30 (Xbox 360/Xbox One)

How to download the free Games with Gold

Redeeming is super simple, on your Xbox dashboard you’ll see a “Gold” section. From there, just select the games you want to download and bam, you’re good to go.


What do you think of this month’s free games? Will you be downloading any of them? Let us know in the comments below.

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