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Xbox Games for Gold Rumors: July 2016 list leaked with surprises in store

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Rainbow Six: Vegas 2
Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 is one of the games said to be for the Xbox Games for Gold July 2016 list (photo courtesy of Ubisoft)

July is just a few days away so gamers could soon expect a new round of free games for Xbox One and Xbox 360 with the Games for Gold program. The free games are for members of Xbox Live. Each month, Xbox Live comes out with free games for its members for Xbox One and Xbox 360.

As with its previous outings, many are anticipating surprises for the free games list for the Games for the Gold program. Some games are being speculated to come out for the July list of the free games program, according to The Express. Two titles in particular have been frequently cited by sources to most likely be added. These are “Banner Saga 2” and “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2.”

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“Banner Saga 2” is said to be coming for Xbox One. “Rainbow Six: Vegas 2” would be available for Xbox 360. Whether “Banner Saga 2” would actually make it to the list is still not certain as the game is set for release on July 26. That would then make its selection for the Xbox Game for Gold program to be somewhat strange.

While “Banner Saga 2” might be doubtful, there are other titles that are being speculated as well. Movie News Guide says that “Final Fantasy 13” might be included in the free games program for Xbox One. “Dead Rising 3” is another game for Xbox One that might come out for the July list of the Games for Gold program.

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Another speculated game that might come for the Xbox Games for Gold July program is “Warriors Orochi 3.” The game is said to be a cross between “Dynasty Warriors” and “Samurai Warriors.” “Forza Motorsport 5,” “Halo Wars” and “LA Noire” are the other rumored titles that would come out for the July offering of Games for Gold, the Bit Bag says in its report.

The said titles may or may not actually make it to the final July list for the Xbox Games for Gold program. As July draws near, gamers will soon find out whether the said titles would be in the list or whether there are any surprises waiting.

Photo courtesy: Ubisoft

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