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Aragami and Lego Indiana Jones Come Free to Xbox Games With Gold for November 2020

Microsoft has brought four free games for Xbox users through Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate in November this year. The four new offerings include Aragami, Swimsanity, Lego Indiana Jones, and Full Spectrum Warrior. Aragami and Lego Indiana Jones are leading this month’s Xbox Games With Gold as Aragami: Shadow Edition, the native Xbox One game that usually costs $25, will be free for the entire month.

It’s worth noting that all of these games span across three generations of systems. The good news is that they’ll remain in your library for as long as you are a subscriber. Out of the four games, Aragami in its Shadow Edition guise is already available for download from November 1st until November 30th. 

Xbox Games With Gold for November 2020

There are a total of four games, and each of them will be available for free this month. However, all of them are not made available at one. Aragami has already come to Xbox Live Gold on November 1st and will be joined by Swimsanity from November 16. Swimsanity will also be available for one month until December 16. The other game — Full Spectrum Warrior — is also available for free from November 1 on the original Xbox, but only for fifteen days. It will be available till November 15, and then Lego Indiana Jones for Xbox 360 will replace it till the end of the month.

Just to inform you that players still have time to grab a few games from the October lineup. October games that are still available include Maid of Sker, Slayaway Camp, and Costume Quest. On the other hand, Swimsanity from November lineup will be available for free in December also. Also, all of these games that come to Xbox Live Gold in November are playable on Xbox One. Newer versions of Xbox, such as Series X and Series S, will also be capable of playing these games as both of these systems support games that are playable on Xbox One.

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