Every month, the company offers a handful of titles to Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners who subscribe to Xbox Live Gold through its Games with Gold program. Against the background of the October Revolution in the early 20th century in Russian Federation you infiltrate the base of the Templars, steal an ancient treasure and save the princess. Thankfully, despite no announcements from Microsoft, the list of Games with Gold for the month of June has just been leaked.
As always, the games for Xbox 360 are backward compatible with the Xbox One, meaning those with the latest Microsoft console can play all four games on the list. Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia is the biggest highlight of the current crop, which will be free June 1 through June 30. Both games are also playable on Xbox One via the magic of Backwards Compatibility. This appears to be for the base game along with a number of add-ons, including extra god characters and other goodies. Recently an image has been making the rounds online that shows the full Games With Gold lineup for Xbox Live Gold users. This kart racer features Sonic and the gang racing in karts, boats and planes.
U.S. Metal Tariffs Hit Canada and Mexico, Pressuring Nafta Talks
Getting rid of the exemptions for Canada and Mexico, meanwhile, could complicate ongoing negotiations on NAFTA. The tariffs - 25 percent on imports of steel and 10 percent on aluminum - take effect at midnight Friday.
Relive the scenes from all four of your favorite "Indiana Jones" movies, as only the LEGO games can.
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will be available for the Xbox 360 on June 1st and will remain available until June 15th.
"Shocking" Pokemon News To Be Revealed Later This Week
While that one new Pokemon will be the only new Pokemon seen in Pokemon Let's Go , we'll also get some Alolan forms in the game. Pokemon you collected in Pokemon Go on mobile can be brought into and used in the Nintendo Switch version.
Will the second game tempt you?
Alberto Maintains Strength As It Approaches Gulf Coast
Gulf Coast as it tracks north, bringing a growing threat of floods, but it's had little impact on offshore energy production. Slowly strengthening Subtropical Storm Alberto could cause more than $1 billion in economic losses to the U.S.