Now that we've stepped into the second half of February, there are some new games available through Xbox's Games With Gold program. Starting today, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can pick up both Project Cars and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed for free.
Racing fans will have a ton of content to check out with Project Cars, including plenty of DLC to grab. Meanwhile, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed will let you assume the role of Darth Vader's "Secret Apprentice" in an adventure that first hit Xbox 360 in 2010.
Project Cars: Digital Edition will be available for free from February 16 to March 15. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, on the other hand, will be up for grabs from February 16 through February 28. Xbox Live Gold members can grab both for free on the Xbox Store now.
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Might want to point out that there are about 16 free DLC packs for project cars as well
Project Cars has a very poor framerate. And driving with a controller is really bad. There is alot of tweaking you can do, it its really not that great. I'd imagine a wheel being alot better. But still.
I mean, they're high profile games, sure. But I'm not too interested in either one. Maybe I'll mess around with Force Awakens on the easiest difficulty and just mush some Storm Troopers.
They also failed to mention that Rocket League us free to play this weekend.
Wasn't TFU already a games with gold title?
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