Xbox Games with Gold for October 2017

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The Xbox Games with Gold for October 2017 have been announced.

Xbox Live Gold members will receive four new free games: two on Xbox One and two on Xbox 360. Courtesy of backwards compatibility, Xbox One owners can also enjoy the Xbox 360 titles on offer.


Free Xbox One Games for Games With Gold Members


From 1 – 31 October 2017, Xbox One owners with Xbox Live Gold memberships can grab Gone Home: Console Edition for free!

Interactive storytelling is at the heart of this award-winning, genre-defining game. Imagine coming home after a year abroad to find none of your family home. As you move through the house, interact with keepsakes and photographs and other clues to uncover what happened.


From 16 October 2017 – 15 November 2017, Xbox One owners with Xbox Live Gold memberships can download The Turing Test for free.

Engage your logic skills for this first-person puzzler set on Jupiter’s moon, Europa. In The Turning Test, use your Energy Manipulation Tool (EMT) to transfer power in and out of many machines and giant structures that can help you as the narrative-focused story evolves.


Free Xbox 360 Games for Games With Gold Members


From 1 – 15 October 2017, Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners with Xbox Live Gold memberships will be able to download and enjoy Rayman 3 HD for free.

The charming 3D platformer returns in high-def! Jump, fly, and fight your way through the fantastic world of Rayman 3 HD and take on an army of Hoodlums led by the Black Lum, Andre. With remastered visuals and updated audio, this is the definitive version of Rayman 3.


From 16 – 31 October 2017, Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners with Xbox Live Gold memberships can download Medal of Honor: Airborne for free.

How you decide to approach Medal of Honor: Airborne starts the moment you jump out of the plane. Control your drop as you navigate to a desired insertion point to put yourself in the thick of the fight. Then navigate through the war-torn villages and towns to gain an advantage over your enemies on rooftops, balconies and other ruins. With customizable weapons and free-roaming objectives, and local and online co-op, this is a fantastic shooter to add to your library.

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