September 2020 Games with Gold

It’s officially September! That means we are only 4 months away from putting a cap on the world’s longest year. To keep ourselves occupied til then, at least we have a few free games. Let’s take a look at the September Games with Gold.

Tom Clancy’s The Division

Available Sep. 1 – Sep. 30 on Xbox One

The original Division from way back in 2016 will officially be available for free to Gold members this month. In a combination of online FPS gun play and RPG customization, players wrest control of a post-apocalyptic New York City. Play online co-op with friends to attempt to bring hope back to darkened city.

Find Tom Clancy’s The Division on the Microsoft Store.

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

Available Sep. 16 – Oct. 15 on Xbox One

Also in the September Games with Gold lineup, we have The Book of Unwritten Tales 2. A hilarious retelling of classic fantasy stories told through one of the most venerable forms of gaming, point-and-click. Later this month, click your way through over 20 hours of story for free.

Find The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 on the Microsoft Store.

de Blob 2

Available Sep. 1 – Sep. 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360

Let’s take ourselves on a journey back in time — to the mystical and faraway year of 2011. Ancient relics such as the Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii abound. The world was simpler and was graced with platform puzzle gem de Blob 2. Fast forward to today, and you’ll be able to ink your way through the entire game, all as a perk of going gold.

Find de Blob 2 on the Microsoft Store.

Armed and Dangerous

Available Sep. 16 – Sep. 30 on Xbox One and Xbox 360

In September Games with Gold, shoot for glory in 12,000 bullets or less in the Armed and Dangerous from the original Xbox console. Play as a rag-tag band of rebels reclaiming the world from an army of psychotic robots and relive the glory days of the original console.

Find Armed and Dangerous on the Microsoft Store.

Click here to see what new games are coming to Game Pass the first week of September. And check out Generation Xbox for more of the reviews, news, and previews you so desperately seek.

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