April 2019 Games With Gold For Xbox One, Xbox 360 Are Now Available
Last week, Microsoft revealed the April lineup for Games With Gold, which are free to download for Xbox Live Gold members, and the first of those games are available starting today. In addition to Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 (Xbox One), which has been available since March 16 and will be free for another two weeks, two new games are up for grabs: The Technomancer (Xbox One) and Star Wars Battlefront II (Xbox 360, Xbox One). Star Wars Battlefront II will disappear after April 15, while The Technomancer will be available for download all month long.
The Technomancer is an action RPG released in 2016 that’s set 200 years after humans have colonized Mars. The Xbox One game has an in-depth crafting system, multiple fighting styles, skill trees, and a huge world to explore. Plus, don’t miss this chance to get Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2–the light-hearted shooter expands upon the first Garden Warfare with new modes, characters, and more solo content. Then, on Xbox 360, you’ve got Star Wars Battlefront II, which released in 2005 on the original Xbox. The team-based shooter introduced new space combat maps, new classes, and Jedi as playable characters, but otherwise sticks to the Battlefront series’ tried-and-true formula. Unfortunately, with original Xbox Live support no longer functioning, the game can’t be played online.
Starting halfway through the month on April 16, two more games will become available: Outcast: Second Contact (Xbox One) and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 (Xbox 360, Xbox One). Ghost Recon will be free through the end of the month, while Outcast will stick around until May 15.
Free Xbox Games With Gold For April 2019
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 — March 16 – April 15
- The Technomancer — April 1 – 30
- Outcast: Second Contact — April 16 – May 15
Xbox 360 (also available on Xbox One)
- Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005) — April 1 – 15
- Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 — April 16 – 30
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