April's Xbox Games with Gold Offer Up Assassin's Creed Syndicate, The Witness

Published: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 13:10 | By: Jake G

The line-up for April's Xbox Games with Gold has been announced. The reveal comes courtesy of Major Nelson himself, who detailed the new offerings on his website. There are four games up for grabs, two for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360, with the Xbox 360 titles available through backwards compatibility also.

Xbox Live Gold subscriber can pick up Assassin's Creed Syndicate and The Witness on Xbox One. The Witness will be available to download for the entirety of April, while Assassin's Creed Syndicate can be picked up from April 16 until May 15.

Xbox 360 owners, or those looking to make use of the Xbox One backwards compatibility can also download Cars 2 and Dead Space 2. Cars 2 can be downloaded April 1 through to April 15, while Dead Space 2 can be picked up April 16 through to April 30.

The news comes alongside a launch trailer which totals up savings of $129+ for players who subscribe to Games with Gold. There's also 4000 in Gamerscore up for grabs over the four titles so good news for the achievement hunters out there.

 
 

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Assassin's Creed Syndicate takes the long-running series to London, and into the grubby boots of Jacob and Evie Frye. It introduces a grappling hook into the equation as well as two playable characters to sneak around with. Read our review here.

The Witness is the delightfully unique brain-child of game creator Jonathan Blow. It is a puzzle game set on a mysterious island filled with secrets and a hidden narrative just itching to be uncovered. The game revolves around simple line puzzles, throwing in new levels of difficulty with each one the player finds. read our review here.

Cars 2 is a racing-adventure game based on the Pixar movie of the same name. Players can take control of Lightning McQueen and friends and race around the game's colorful world.

Dead Space 2 continues the story of one of gaming's unluckiest engineers, Isaac Clarke. After his horrifying experience aboard the Ishimura in the first game, he is thrown right back into the action armed with new weapons, tools and a less than stable mental state. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, Dead Space 2 takes a more action-oriented approach to horror than the first game, introducing larger environments and more powerful weapons.

What will you be playing from this month's line-up? Let us know in the comments.


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