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Tuesday, 01 April 2014 06:53

Hitman Absolution & Deadlight free this month

Written by David Stellmack

Xbox Games with Gold offerings for April confirmed

Microsoft has confirmed that starting today, the free Games with Gold download for Xbox Live Gold members will be Hitman: Absolution which will run till April 15th. Starting April 16th, Xbox Live Gold members can download Deadlight by Tequila Works which will finish the month out as the other free downloadable offering.

It would seem that Microsoft while admitting that the Games with Gold promotion has been popular, has also admitted that they are listening to the feedback provided by Xbox Live Gold members and is planning for additional tweaks to the program. We also continue to hear that in addition to the 360 free download offerings, Microsoft would like to do something similar on the Xbox One, but right now there just isn’t enough software to really allow them to do it.

It does however sound like something that is on the radar for the future however.

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