COUNTDOWN TO GAME WITH GOLD IN SEPTEMBER Chaosbane is one of the free Xbox games.
NEXT WEEK, Microsoft will release a fresh wave of free Xbox games, including Warhammer: Chaosbane, as part of its Games with Gold program.
Microsoft has stated that four more Games with Gold titles will be available for free download throughout the month of September.
The whole lineup was revealed today, with Warhammer: Chaosbane for Xbox One taking center stage.
Chaosbane is one of the newer Games with Gold titles this year, set before the Age of Sigmar and including hack and slash RPG features.
The 2018 release sets you against the forces of Chaos as you try to save the planet from insane gods, and has been compared to Diablo as a lite version.
Chaosbane allows you to play as a hero solo or with up to four other players in local or online cooperative play.
There are four character classes to choose from, and players can use some of the Old World’s most potent items to fight a wide range of opponents.
“As the four heroes battle through the game, they’ll face over 70 different enemy types affiliated with the Chaos Gods, from Cultists, Ungor, and Chaos Warriors to monstrous Beasts of Nurgle,” says the complete Chaosbane game description. You’ll also face up against tremendously powerful bosses in epic boss battles that will demand all of your skill and might to vanquish.
“In addition to a detailed story mode, Warhammer: Chaosbane features a Boss Rush mode, numerous dungeons, and regular content updates to provide a rich and varied gaming experience that will have you coming back for more. Furthermore, each character class presents fresh obstacles, allowing you to replay the story and have a new experience each time.”
Mulaka, Zone of the Enders HD Collection, and Samurai Shodown II are among the other Games with Gold titles available on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
All of these games will be free to download and play next month, albeit not all of them will be available at the same time.
On September 1, Chaosbane and Zone of the Enders will be released, followed by Mulaka and Samurai Shodown II on September 16. Below are detailed descriptions for each game:
This action-adventure game is based on the Tarahumara people’s rich indigenous culture. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”