XBOX Free Games
for Microsoft XBOX Live Gold Membership:
Here are the FREE XBOX games coming up in February 2019
Microsoft Xbox 360 and Microsoft Xbox One games are only available for free for Xbox Live Gold Members.
Xbox Live Gold members can get a few games this month of February – Here’s the line up for February 2019for Xbox 360 and Xbox One
Don’t forget the games when you hold a Live Gold Title you can get free games starting February 1st of this year. All the games are free as long as you maintain your Xbox live gold membership.
Make sure you add these games online games to your library before the following deadlines occur.
I hope you enjoy the following free games
FREE WITH Xbox One
- Super Bomberman (till March 15)
- Star Wars: Republic Commando till March 15th
- Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion till March 31st
- Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance till March 31st
- Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 – Starts March 16th till March 31st.
FREE WITH Xbox 360
- March 1 to 15: Star Wars: Republic Commando
- March 16 to 31: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
And Right Now you can Get a Membership for CAD $2.00
That’s 83% off • 10 days left
Buy Xbox Live Gold 1-Month and get 1 month free
You can register at Live Gold
Standard Paid Membership Rates
- Current rates start at 1 month from CAD $11.99
- 3 Month Xbox Live Gold from CAD $29.99
- Yearly from $69.99
As an Xbox Live Gold member, you get the most advanced multiplayer, bonus games, and exclusive member discounts in Xbox stores.
With Xbox Live Gold, you can stay connected with friends, and Xbox Live members.
Additional subscriptions and requirements apply for some Xbox Live Gold features.
Bonus Games Offer: For paid Gold members only. On Xbox One, active Gold membership required to play bonus games, you’ve downloaded.
X Box History
Xbox is a video gaming brand owned and created by Microsoft. It was first introduced in 2001 it has also grown into a streaming service and the online service with Xbox Live. It has grown into various councils and improvements over the years, keeping up with the latest technology.
The Xbox 360 was released in late 2005, The Xbox 360 showed an expanded Xbox Live service with t the ability to stream multimedia content and the ability to purchase and stream music, television programs, and films through a text box. X. In 2010, Microsoft redesigned Xbox 360 so it was slimmer and had more USB ports etc.
The Xbox One was released in late 2013 which had a large emphasis on internet-based features; including the ability to record and stream gameplay, and ability to watch tv through it. It also allowed you to share with a designated family member through the Live account. In 2016, Microsoft announced the Xbox One S, a slimmer version of the Xbox One