Xbox Live Games with Gold for September 2017

Every month, those with Xbox Live Gold memberships get a few free games from Xbox. The Games with Gold for September 2017 line up offers some great choices, so make sure you don’t miss out on these free games.

Play together with Xbox Live Gold. September’s 2017 Games with Gold lineup for Xbox One includes: Forza Motorsport 5: Game of the Year Edition and Oxenfree. For Xbox 360 owners (and through Xbox One backward compatibility), September kicks off with Hydro Thunder Hurricane, followed by Battlefield 3. September’s lineup provides over $94 dollars in value and up to 3600 in gamerscore.

 

Games with Gold for September 2017 – Xbox One Games:

Forza Motorsport 5 is Microsoft’s serious racing game. This version of Forza 5 also includes the Top Gear Car Pack that adds 10 new cars to the game. The Forza Motorsport series is generally considered to be one of the best serious racing series available, and even though this is an older one, it is worth checking out if you haven’t played it. In Oxenfree, supernatural forces are released during an island party. The choices you make during the game will lead to multiple endings. Oxenfree is a very highly regarded game and is also recommended.

 

Games with Gold for September 2017 – Xbox 360 Games:

In Hydro Thunder Hurricane, players will race speedboats over different courses in an arcade like racing game. This game looks like a lot of fun and adds some fun to the racing genre. Battlefield 3 is the final game this month and it offers a rich first person shooter with a single player mode and huge online multiplayer modes.

 

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Nate has been playing games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys playing most genres from sports games to FPSs to RPGs and action-adventure games. While not gaming, Nate can be found outside hiking, walking, and just generally enjoying life with his wife and son.

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