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December Games for Xbox Gold Announced!News

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Kaia Wallis / Sun 26th Nov 2017
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December Games for Xbox Gold Announced!

We all know Christmas shopping can get a little overwhelming. Luckily, Microsoft has just announced the new collection coming to Games for Gold. So, take some time for yourself this December and invest in some free(ish) games. 

From the 1st of December, you can get your hands on FatShark's Warhammer: End Times- Vermintide. This four-player co-op game is set in the Warhammer Fantasy world, so jump in with your friends and battle your way through hordes of wild Skaven in this first-person shooter. 

Dive into Child of Eden from the 1st of December and you'll find immersive tones and music that adapts as you play.  Released in 2011, Child of Eden is a unique rhythm game brought to you by Q Entertainment and Tetsuya Mizuguchi.

Back to the Future: The Game- 30th Anniversary Edition will also join the line-up from the 16th of December. This updated Telltale episodic includes improved textures and voice work from original movie cast members. So, buckle in and join Marty McFly as you work to protect the space-time continuum. 

For some hack n slash fun, you can sink your teeth into Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death. Which is available from the 16th of December on Xbox 360 (with backwards compatibility for Xbox One). 

Before you dive into December, make sure to snap up Novembers collection. Trackmania Turbo and DeadFall Adventures are hanging around until the 30th of November. While Tales from the Borderlands will stick around until the 15th of December. 

If you haven't signed up to Xbox Live Gold yet, a yearly subscription runs for $79.95 in Australia. 

Xbox One
Warhammer: End Times- Vermintide 
Back to the Future: The Game

Xbox 360 and Xbox One
Child of Eden
Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death

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