Microsoft Reveals March Xbox Live Games With Gold Lineup

Alicia Guzman
February 23, 2017

Microsoft's announced March 2017's Xbox Live Games with Gold titles, and it's a decent lineup.

First up is Layers of Fear on the Xbox One, which will be available from 1 to 31 March. Xbox 360 owners will also have access to Borderlands 2 and Heavy Weapon. As with all new Games With Gold picks, it's also fully playable on Xbox One, but doesn't contain the enhancements seen in the Handsome Collection version of the game, nor does it pack in any downloadable content.

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It looks to be another strong offering from Microsoft this month, following on from them giving away Project Cars and Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time. From March 16th to April 15th, asymmetrical multiplayer shooter Evolve will be available.

As per usual, the Xbox 360 games downloaded through the Games with Gold promotion will be yours forever - whether or not you maintain your Xbox LIVE Gold membership. Expect plenty of puzzles, secrets and jump scares when Layers of Fear becomes available to download for free from March 1 to 31.

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Another month, another slew of free games for people paying for Xbox's premium subscription service. Team up with up to three friends and take on all the raiders and score all the loot. I can't say much about Heavy Weapon, but I know PopCap Games made it, so it probably isn't too bad.

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