Here’s July’s Xbox Live Games With Gold Lineup

Here’s July’s Xbox Live Games With Gold Lineup

There’s nothing too exciting in July’s Xbox Live Games With Gold. I will confess a deep fondness for Splinter Cell Conviction because when it came out in 2010 I’d never seen a game that projected the objective text into the world, and I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I still kinda think that.

As always, these games are only “free” if you have an active Xbox Live Gold subscription.

July’s Xbox Live Games With Gold are:

Xbox One

  • Assault Android Cactus (July 1-31)
  • Death Squared (July 16-August 15)

Xbox 360 (compatible with Xbox One)

  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (July 1-15)
  • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction (July 16-31)

Editor’s Note: Both Death Squared and Assault Android Catcus are Australian games. It’s the first time a platform holder has given away so many Aussie indies at once, too.


  • The last two months of free games in comparison to those released on the ps4 has been pretty awful, makes me regret picking the Xbox over the PS4 as the console with the online play pass.

    • They both have their ups and downs, though. Some months PS+ is better, some months XBL is better. It probably evens out over the course of a year.

    • It’s almost like they are spending their money elsewhere, you know like spending that money on adding games to Gamepass… How dare they!

      • They are fine to spend on whatever takes their fancy, just as i am, and if they keep doing a poor job i will spend the money on PS+ instead *shrug*.

  • To paraphrase someone:

    “Got rid of my live gold sub months ago. Only even play their stellar list of single player exclusives. all multi plat and multi player are on the ps4”

    • im the opposite.. i play all the multiplatform games on the xbox.. my ps4 is only for its exclusives.

  • Pee-ew. Another stinker of a month. Yes they are free and great that Australian Developed games get a look in….. However, just another poor month from a catalog of games that goes years.
    I add to my library of course, but these will never get played.
    Stop giving the indie games and give a fully fledged title for a change that is worth playing, not just to add to the library of unplayed games.

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