Xbox Games with Gold: The “free” games of April 2020

As every month, Microsoft Xbox unveils the list of games offered as part of the subscription to Xbox Live Gold. We are at the gates of April and here is the list of games which, tomorrow for two of them, will be available.

So let’s start with the first Xbox One game, Project CARS 2, which will downloadable from April 1 to 30. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, edited by Bandai Namco and available since September 22, 2017, the title takes the form of a very demanding automobile simulation game which is particularly pleasant to play with a steering wheel. However, at the time of its release, Project Cars 2 had a slightly too aggressive AI, a too classic career and some technical problems.

The second Xbox One title is Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition is a improved version of the tribute RPG to the 90s produced by Behold Studios and Paradox Interactive. Available from April 16 to May 15, this version +1 Deluxier Edition notably adds more options to carry out the fights, lengthens the main campaign, as well as new dungeons and a tavern.

As for players with an Xbox 360, it is on Fable Anniversary and Toybox Turbos that they can throw themselves. The first is the remastered version released in 2014 of the very first Fable, released in 2004. It is an action-rpg thought by Lionhead in which we embody a character from his childhood to the third age. In between, players will need to perform multiple quests and discover many treasures in a title where great freedom is left to them. Interested parties can recover the title April 1 to 15.

Finally, the second Xbox 360 title, Toybox Turbos, will be on its side accessible from April 16 to 30. Published in 2014 by Codemasters, the title is presented as the spiritual sequel to Micro Machines. We thus carry out numerous races at the controls of miniature vehicles, which compete on the ground, on a pool table, on the kitchen table or on a bench of young chemist.

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