Each month, Microsoft offers its Gold and Game Pass Ultimate subscribers the option to purchase a handful of Xbox games without paying more than what they pay for their subscription. Here’s what awaits you in June, which we hope gets warmer.
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Are you the lucky owner of an Xbox Live Gold or Ultimate subscription? Did you have a great time with Armello, Dungeons 3, LEGO Batman and Tropico 4 kindly given in May? Do you want more ?
So it’s not surprising that you can still add new ones that will be available soon. Didn’t I say surprise? In fact, everything is a surprise when you take life on the positive side. With this mindset, you will inevitably appreciate the discovery of the games on offer in June 2021:
Xbox One (compatible Xbox Series X | S):
- The King’s Bird (June 1-30)
In this award-winning artistic title, enjoy an adventure accompanied by precise phases of the physics platform. Escape to a world kept secret by a tyrant and discover the truth about your freedom.
- Awakening the Shadows (June 16 to July 15)
Embark on a thrilling adventure with challenging gameplay, gripping storylines and fascinating graphics. Do you have the focus and clarity it takes to master the world of the art empires? Gather your party, take control of mighty heroes and use their powers to your advantage. But who really commands … the demon or the souls he’s devoured?
Xbox 360 (Compatible Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S):
The best fighters are waiting for you. Discover unknown heroes and characters from the history of Neo Geo ready to fight in this title where you can change characters during the clashes.
The creators of Mortal Kombat came up with a title in which legendary DC Comics characters such as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman compete against each other in piercing battles. In a world where the lines between good and bad are blurred like never before, you will understand what happens when our greatest heroes become the worst threat.
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