A New Games with Gold Lineup Has Been Revealed
May’s Games with Gold lineup for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 were announced on Monday. Notably, a few games in April’s lineup are still available to Xbox Live Gold members for free today.
May’s lineup can be seen in the image above and here are the premises for each of them, per Xbox Wire:
Marooners (May 1st to May 31st on Xbox One)
It’s time to mix up the fun in the party game extravaganza, Marooners. Join up to 6 of your friends on the couch or online, laugh sadistically at their misfortune, or even haunt and pester them after you die as you battle it out in 25 different games and arenas. The action is intense, switching between games when you least expect it. Run, jump and slap your way to victory!
The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour (May 16th to June 15th on Xbox One)
Hit the links in The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour. In the officially licensed PGA Tour career mode, test your abilities on beautifully recreated courses like TPC Boston, TPC Sawgrass and more to compete for the coveted Fed Ex cup. With a focus on authenticity and realism, customization, and competition against friends online, this title will appeal to both golf enthusiasts and new players alike.
Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon (May 1st to May 15th on Xbox One & Xbox 360)
Defend the earth at all costs in Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon. Thousands of aliens and giant insects are invading the planet and only the Earth Defense Force can stop them. Take part in non-stop bug killing action, even if it means turning an entire city to rubble. Utilize over 300 weapons, jetpacks and tactical armor to defend humanity.
Comic Jumper (May 16th to May 31st on Xbox One & Xbox 360)
Jump into comic book adventure in the madcap Comic Jumper. In order to save his own poorly selling title, Captain Smiley must work-for-hire and earn money by fixing the problems within other comic books. Leap into the different genres of Fantasy, Silver Age, Modern and Manga and raise the funds necessary to get his series back up and running.
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