- Games with Gold brings four new free titles in February 2022 for subscribers.
- The list of games includes Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse, Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield, Hydrophobia, and Band of Bugs.
Microsoft is making available the four Games with Gold program titles that Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass members will receive in February 2022. In the second month of the year, the company is delivering $55.96 worth of games, including Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse and Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield. Also, through Backwards Compatibility, you will be able to play Hydrophobia and Band of Bugs.
On Xbox One and Xbox Series X (S), throughout February 2022, members will get Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse ($24.99 ERP). And from February 16 through March 15, Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield ($11.99 ERP) will be available at no extra cost.
On Xbox 360, Hydrophobia ($8.99 ERP) will be free until February 15. Finally, on February 16 and through the end of the month, SBand of Bugs ($9.99 ERP) will also be available for free.
You can also see the January 2022 games here.
Xbox Live Gold vs. Game Pass Ultimate
Xbox Live Gold gives you exclusive access to free games through the “Games with Gold” program every month. In addition, the subscription gives you full access to online gaming and game discounts. If you are not a subscriber, you can always find good deals at the Microsoft Store.
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service is a monthly subscription with the same benefits as the Xbox Live Gold membership. However, you also get unlimited access to download and play over 100 high-quality games on Xbox One or Windows gaming PC. You can join the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate following this link.
Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S
Xbox Series X is the next-generation console from Microsoft that features AMD’s Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures and 16GB of memory, offering 12 teraflops of processing power, allowing up to 4K resolution and up to 120fps gameplay. The Series X costs $499.99, and you can order it now at the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft also offers the smaller Xbox Series S alongside the Xbox Series X, a slightly less powerful console version targeted at 1080p and 1440p gaming. However, it plays next generations games, and it only costs $299.99. The console is available now, and you can order it at the Microsoft Store. If you cannot decide which one you should buy, this guide will help you determine the best console for you.