Microsoft has finally confirmed the full lineup of free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers for December 2020.
Available for the whole month – The Raven Remastered (normally $29.99)
From December 16 to January 15 – Bleed 2 (normally $14.99)
From December 1 to 15 – Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (normally $14.99) (plays on Xbox One)
From December 16 to 31 – Stacking (normally $14.99) (plays on Xbox One)
The Raven Remastered ($29.99 ERP): Available December 1 to 31
Classic murder mystery locations, high-quality acting, and a compelling cast of characters are featured in a thrilling, crime story whodunit where everyone has something to hide, and the Raven is always one step ahead!
Ill be honest outside of Tell Tales Games I am not really big on point-and-click games but from the looks of things, this might be an interesting game.
Bleed 2 ($14.99 ERP): Available December 16 to January 15
Bleed 2 is a relentless arcade action game featuring air-dodging, bullet-reflecting, and tons of bosses.
Now I have seen this thumbnail for the last couple of years in the game store and also seen this game on sale quite a few times and I actually never clicked on it but looking at the trailer does seem like one of the insanely fun mindless arcade games that you could easily spend a few hours getting zoned out in.
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell ($14.99 ERP): Available December 1 to 15
Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell is basically an action-adventure 3rd person shooter game set in an open world just a little bit crazier than GTA. This game is very fun and well worth adding to the collection as there are some really fun and challenging missions to sink your teeth into.
Stacking ($14.99 ERP): Available December 16 to 31
Stacking allows you to Explore a vintage world inhabited by living Russian dolls and jump inside them to use their special abilities to solve a wide variety of riddles and challenges, in this imaginative 3rd-person puzzle adventure game.
I’m not even gonna front like I have heard or seen this game before but when I looked online at some of the reviews it does seem to have a lot of positive feedback so well worth adding to the collection of games on my Xbox