The November 2020 Games with Gold offers have been announced. Earlier this week, there were rumors that Forza Horizon 3 would be part of the November 2020 Games with Gold offer. Now, we can confirm that this was just a rumor since the lineup has officially been revealed. Unlike the October 2020 Games with Gold offer that offered a variety of games fitting the Halloween aesthetic, the November lineup does not; the November lineup seems to be all over the place but will provide at least one title to enjoy. Remember, you have until October 31st to download Costume Quest and Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut for free.
In addition to the two titles, Gold members can download Maid of Sker until November 16th. Yesterday, Sony announced its November PlayStation Plus lineup as well. Instead of its usual two-game lineup, Sony announced that a third title would be free, but with a catch. In November, PlayStation 5 PS Plus members can download Bugsnax for free; the offer does state that PlayStation 4 PS+ members are not eligible for the offer. With Sony offering a free PlayStation 5 title next month, it is shocking that Microsoft would not do the same. Without further adieu though, here are Xbox’s Games with Gold offers for November.
The November 2020 Games with Gold offers are Aragami: Shadow Edition, Swimsanity!, Full Spectrum Warrior, and Lego Indiana Jones. Starting on November 1st Gold members can download Aragami: Shadow Edition and Full Spectrum Warrior. Full Spectrum Warrior will be free until November 16th; whereas Aragami: Shadow Edition will be free throughout all of November with November 30th being the last day it’s free. Then on November 16th, Gold members can download Lego Indiana Jones and Swimsanity! Lego Indiana Jones will be free from November 16th to November 30th. Finally, SwimSanity! will be free from November 16th until December 15th.
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Remember you must be an active Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate member to redeem these offers. What do you think of the November 2020 Games with Gold offers? Do you think that Xbox should have matched Sony’s Next-Gen offer? Let me know in the comments below!