Games with Gold: Aragami Shadow Edition and Full Spectrum Warrior are now free

Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate holders now have two more games they can add to their libraries as bonuses from the November Games with Gold collection. The announcement with the games only arrived a little while ago, and just as it described, Aragami: Shadow Edition for Xbox One and Full Spectrum Warrior for Xbox 360 have now landed.

Also, since Full Spectrum Warrior is an original Xbox title with backward compatibility on the more modern consoles, it can also be claimed by Xbox One owners as well.

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

Aragami: Shadow Edition (Xbox One)

Aragami is a third person stealth game that casts you as an undead assassin with the power
to control the shadows. Teleport to any shadow, become invisible, materialize weapons or
even summon a shadow dragon to infiltrate the enemy ranks and dispose of your targets.

Full Spectrum Warrior (Xbox 360 and Xbox One)

The U.S. Army is the most powerful ground force in the entire world. The backbone of a ground invasion is the U.S. Army Infantry, and in the midst of combat, their skills, courage, and teamwork are put to the test.

Those who missed out on grabbing Maid of Sker from the previous Halloween-themed Games with Gold wave still have until November 15 to claim the Xbox One horror game before Swimsanity! takes its place.

Just as with other Games with Gold promotions, keep in mind that original Xbox and Xbox 360 games claimed via these 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 to Gold.

Also, as the Xbox Series X|S are able to play every single title available on the Xbox One family, all of these claimed games will also be natively playable on next-generation Xbox consoles.

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