The next round of Xbox Games with Gold for July 2018 is now available. This week saw the addition of “Death Squared” for the Xbox One while Xbox 360 owners will receive “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction”.
“Death Squared” was originally released last year for PC, Mac, and consoles. The puzzle game can be played either in single-player or multiplayer co-op where the player controls and guides a robot to a color-coded goal.
Along the way, they will face deadly traps and hazards and must coordinate and communicate with each other to stay alive. “Death Squared” will be available from July 16 all the way to Aug. 15. see xbox store
“Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction”, on the other hand, was released in 2010 as a part of the “Splinter Cell” series of action-adventure stealth games. It introduces a number of new gameplay features such as the ability to mark and execute targets in quick succession as well as the ability to interrogate captured characters.
The game initially had some issues as Larry Hryb said that the game is experiencing technical difficulties and that engineers are already investigating. However, as of this writing, all of it seems to have ironed out. “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction” will be available from July 16 until July 31.
“Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction” will be replacing “Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown” for the Xbox 360. As for another title for the Xbox Games with Gold for July 2018, “Assault Android Cactus” will still be available for the Xbox One until July 31. As always, Xbox 360 titles are also available for the Xbox One via the console’s Backwards Compatibility program.
Games with Gold is an exclusive to Xbox owners with an Xbox Live Gold membership. Subscribers to the paid online service can enjoy their games online, get awesome weekly discounts, and of course, free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games each month.
For those who have yet to subscribe, Microsoft is holding a huge sale with the usual price of $60 for a 12-month Xbox Live Gold subscription now available for $40, a 33 percent discount. The deal applies to both new and existing subscribers with the latter adding another year to their current membership and will run until Aug. 1.
Microsoft is also currently holding its annual Ultimate Game Sale until July 31. So if you’ve been thinking about trying out Xbox Live Gold, now’s probably the time as $40 is about as low as the annual subscription ever gets. Visit the Xbox website for more details.