Games with Gold: Aerial_Knight's Never Yield and Band of Bugs are now free

Games with Gold February lineup

It is once again time for a Games with Gold refresh as Microsoft has brought in another couple of free games for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate holders. As part of their membership bonuses, and marking the middle of February, subscribers to either service can now claim Aerial_Knight's Never Yield for Xbox One and Band of Bugs for Xbox 360.

Both games have backward compatibility support for newer generation consoles, meaning Aerial_Knight's Never Yield can be played on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S systems, while Band of Bugs is up for grabs across the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S consoles.

Use the links below to directly claim the games on to a Gold activated account:

Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield (Xbox One)

AerialKnight&039s Never Yield screenshot

Take the role of Wally. A mysterious character that has recovered what was taken from him. Hopefully, you're fast enough to outrun your enemies. Expose the truth and try to uncover the mystery of what happened to them.

Band of Bugs (Xbox 360)

Band of Bugs screenshot

Play as your Avatar and fight against bugs, spiders, even up to seven of your friends in Spider Hunter mode. Band of Bugs is a fast playing, accessible, tactics strategy game that puts YOU in the game!

Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members shouldn't forget to claim the previous Games with Gold promotion either. There are still two weeks left on the Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse offer before it gets replaced by the March wave.

As always, keep in mind that Xbox 360 games claimed via one of these promotions will continue being playable even if the Gold subscription is discontinued. However, claimed Xbox One games are only playable while the account has an active subscription.

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