The Xbox Live Games with Gold February 2017 lineup for Xbox One and Xbox 360 is set to be announced this week by Microsoft.
A new Xbox One Backwards Compatibility game has been launched by Microsoft, Every month; Microsoft makes two Games free for Xbox Live Gold members to download for a limited time on both the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
On Twitter, Xbox’s Larry Hryb made the announcement, it’s unclear if there will be anymore BC news today. Fans should prepare for another Backwards Compatibility later this week, probably set for Thursday.
Since November 2015 the two free of Xbox 360 games have also been backwards compatible with the Xbox One, means those who have Microsoft’s current gen console can effectively get four free games a month. On 24th Jan, 2017 Microsoft has been confirmed the Xbox live games with Gold schedule of February 2017.
Normally, there will be two Xbox One games to download and two Xbox 360 games to Download. All of which can be declared on Microsoft’s next-gen gaming machine.
This is because of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program.
The Games keep yours even if you drop your Xbox Live Gold subscription to.
Though you don’t have an Xbox One until now, you can still swipe the games for free only if you have an Xbox account.
How you can get free Xbox One and Xbox 360 Games: For this Sign into the Xbox website, start to the title’s listing page and exchange the offer. Then, the game will appear in the console’s Ready to install’ list if you buy an Xbox One in the future.
Below are the full schedules for free Xbox Live Games with Gold for February 2017
- Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime: Available from February 1-28 on Xbox One
- Project Cars Digital Edition: Available from February 16-March 15 on Xbox One
- Monkey Island 2: Special Edition: Available from February 1-15 on Xbox 360 & Xbox One
- Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Available from February 16-28 on Xbox 360 & Xbox One
Xbox One Games:
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime: 1 -28 February
This complicated 2D action title sees you flying a ship around some stunning so far boring environments. The Point is there each function of the ship such as weapons, engines and shields is controlled by different stations located in various parts of the ship, forcing you to run about and manage each system on the fly. Either you can play solo or tie up to three more players to help you out, which guide to some disordered co-op fun.
Project Cars Digital Edition: 16 Feb-15 March
This is a sandbox-style driving game. One of the most acclaimed and realistic racing simulators, is available to play with its countless tracks, huge range of cars, career mode, and online multiplayer. The Digital Edition also contains the Limited Edition DLC upgrade that includes five legendary cars.
Xbox 360 Games:
Secret of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge: Special Edition: 1 – 15 February
After efficient remastering of the first Secret of Monkey Island, LucasArts proceeded to give their adventure game sequel a similar overhaul back in 2010. Snazzy new graphics, additional music, updated voice work and a commentary track from the designers make this a great package for both fans of the original and those who never played it first time round.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: 16 February – 28 February
Another LucasArts project, even if this one includes slightly more death and damage. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is a third person action title that attempted to make the player feel what it would really be like to use badass Force powers.
Putting you in the shoes of Darth Vader’s secret apprentice Starkiller, you’re sent on a undercover mission to undermine Emperor Palpatine. George Lucas himself assisted with the plot, and the game’s events were actually canon in the Star Wars universe until Disney bought Lucasfilm.
Since you’re superficially on the Dark Side you get to cut loose with your abilities, which mean shooting lightning from your hands and throwing unfortunate enemies off ledges with your mind. The war is fast speed and thrilling, though the controls can occasionally be a bit imprecise when using the Force to move things around in the game’s 3D space.