How excited are you about the upcoming Xbox Games with Gold September 2014 update? Many Xbox 360 owners would have been delighted to play Dishonored for free, but from reaction we’ve seen so far it looks like there was plenty of disappointment over Crimson Dragon and Strike Suit Zero on Xbox One.
Fortunately though, we’re here to remind you that we only have days to wait until the list is announced by Microsoft. We have noticed that the company has been following patterns for their announcements and we would predict that it is now odds on for the Games with Gold September update Xbox One games will be revealed on Thursday August 28.
You may not be aware, but it was July 28 in which Microsoft revealed the Games with Gold August update. The month before, it was actually sooner than that – on June 26 in which they posted the July update.
With this in mind, it’s safe to assume that we will definitely know the final list no later than Thursday. The new games themselves always appear on the first day of a new month, so the Xbox Games with Gold September release time will happen sometime on September 1 – just like last month.
The big question is though, what games can we expect to see on Xbox One after Crimson Dragon and Strike Zero Suit? We spoke about this here when rumors suggested Battlefield 4 was up for selection. This week though, we can see that Outlast is being touted as a potential candidate – a great game that has already been offered by Sony on PS Plus a few months ago.
Microsoft will probably know that they need to offer something better after the criticism, but we fully expect to see some great titles added, both on Xbox One and Xbox 360. It’s definitely a hard act to follow though after Dishonored – what big Xbox 360 game do you want to see?
We have just 48 hours until the Xbox Games with Gold September games list is out. Let us know your last minute picks and if you agree that Microsoft need to do better than last month.
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