Xbox Games with Gold for November include Lego Indiana Jones, Aragami: Shadow Edition, and more

Xbox Games With Gold November 2020
Xbox Games With Gold November 2020 (Image credit: Xbox)

What you need to know

  • Xbox Live Gold allows you to play online with people from all around the world on you Xbox console.
  • One of the perks of Xbox Live Gold is Games with Gold, which nets players four free games every month.
  • This month, the free games include titles like Aragami: Shadow Edition and Lego Indiana Jones.
  • The combined games are worth 3,000 Gamerscore, for Achievement hunters looking for their next score.

November is almost upon us, marking the end of spooky season, and that means a new group of Games with Gold through Xbox Live Gold. The Xbox Games with Gold for November include four titles worth $84.96, with a combined 3,000 Gamerscore, and will all be compatible with Xbox One or the upcoming Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will be able to redeem these games throughout the month of November, and play them as long as they have an Xbox Live Gold subscription.

The first game to be offered is Aragami: Shadow Edition, an Xbox One title that's available starting November 1, 2020 until November 30, 2020. Next we have Full Spectrum Warrior, an original Xbox game that's available starting November 1 until November 15. Then you'll be able to grab Lego Indiana Jones, and Xbox 360 game from the popular Lego franchise, which will be available starting November 16 until November 30. Finally, November's Games with Gold ends with Swimsanity!, another Xbox One title that will be available starting November 16, all the way until December 15.

Zachary Boddy
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