Games with Gold: Another Sight and Outpost Kaloki X are free

Games with Gold April 2022

With a new month underway, Microsoft has gone ahead and made the April Games with Gold selection available to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. They can now claim the recently announced first wave of free bonus titles: Another Sight for Xbox One and Outpost Kaloki X for Xbox 360.

As usual, these older titles come with backward compatibility support, allowing newer generation Xbox consoles to also play them natively. Another Sight is available to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S owners while Outpost Kaloki X is playable across both those console families as well as the Xbox 360.

Use the links below to directly claim the games while using a Gold-active Microsoft account:

Another Sight (Xbox One)

Another Sight screenshot

With an emphasis on culture and character, ANOTHER SIGHT focuses on the emotional development of the relationship between its two protagonists, Kit, a refreshingly intrepid teenager, and Hodge – a mysterious red-furred cat.

Outpost Kaloki X (Xbox 360)

Outpost Kaloki X screenshot

Outpost Kaloki X is the light-hearted space-station tycoon game filled with clever characters and wacky storylines, where it’s your job to keep the visiting aliens happy and rake in the cash! Play the Adventure Story, the War Story or any one of 11 different Scenarios.

For those who missed it from the March Games with Gold, the Xbox One title Street Power Soccer is still available as a bonus game. This promotion is slated to go away on April 15 to make way for Hue from the upcoming second wave of April.

Keep in mind that Xbox 360 games claimed via a Games with Gold promotion will continue being available 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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