The second pair of Games with Gold for the month of December is now available. Starting today, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can pick up both Back to the Future: The Game and Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death for free.
Back to the Future: The Game is an adventure title that sees Marty return to protect the space-time continuum. Taking place six months after the conclusion of Back to the Future Part III, the game sends players back in time once more in the DeLorean to save the future. As a bonus, Christopher Lloyd is back to voice Doc Brown, and Michael J. Fox makes a "special appearance" – though not as the voice of Marty McFly.
Marlow Briggs and the Mark of Death, on the other hand, brings the titular warrior to Central America. Briggs is tasked with taking down an "industrial evil" while chatting up a Mayan Death Mask to which he is now bound.
Back to the Future will be available through January 15, while Marlow Briggs will be available through December 31. In addition, Gold subscribers can still get their hands on Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide through December 31. December's fourth title, Child of Eden, will no longer be free after December 15.
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