Games with Gold: Batman: The Telltale Series and LEGO Star Wars II are now free

Marking the second half of January, Microsoft has published the month's Games with Gold second wave, delivering two more free games from the original announcement to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers as their usual bonus.

The complete saga of Batman: The Telltale Series for the Xbox One and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy for the Xbox 360 are now available to claim. Keep in mind that the Lego game is a valid claim for Xbox One owners as well thanks to it being in the old Backward Compatibility program, allowing native play.

The two games can now be claimed through the links down below after logging in with a Gold activated account:

Batman: The Telltale Series - The Complete Season (Xbox One)

Enter the fractured psyche of Bruce Wayne and discover the powerful and far-reaching consequences of your choices as the Dark Knight. In this gritty and violent new story from the award-winning creators of The Walking Dead – A Telltale Games Series, you'll make discoveries that will shatter Bruce Wayne's world, and the already fragile stability of a corrupt Gotham City.

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (Xbox 360 and Xbox One)

LEGO® Star Wars® II: The Original Trilogy reunites the fun and endless creativity of LEGO with the epic story, heroic characters, and exciting action of the Star Wars universe. In this highly anticipated follow-up game, follow the tongue-in-cheek, brick-based action through all three epic films of the original Star Wars Trilogy.

The new arrivals don't mean all of the games from the previous Games with Gold wave are no longer available, as it is possible for Xbox One owners to still claim Styx: Shards of Darkness until the end of January.

Regarding these offers, Xbox One games that are claimed through Games with Gold are playable whenever the player's account has Xbox Live Gold activated. Claimed Xbox 360 games, on the other hand, will remain available even after the subscription has run its course.

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