Games with Gold: Death Squared and Splinter Cell: Conviction are now free

Xbox Live Gold members now have the opportunity to add two more games to their libraries, with Microsoft pushing out the final two Games with Gold for July. As previously announced, the Xbox One game Death Squared and the Xbox 360 title Splinter Cell: Conviction are now free to claim. The latter Xbox 360 game is also available to Xbox One owners thanks to backward compatibility.

Although the Splinter Cell title took a while to show up as free because of an issue, it has now been resolved. Here are the store links to directly claim the games:

Death Squared (Xbox One)

Death Squared is a cooperative puzzle game for 1, 2 or 4 players, best enjoyed with loved ones who don't mind a little arguing for the greater good. Prove your teamwork skills in Death Squared as you solve puzzles together or die trying! Each player needs to guide a robot to a colour-coded goal, but the path is beset with deadly traps and hazards. Teams of players will need close observation and communication to keep each other alive and discover a solution together.

Splinter Cell: Conviction (Xbox 360, Xbox One)

For years, Sam Fisher has been off the grid and on his own, chasing his daughter's murderer. But the trail leads to the last place Sam wants to see again: Washington D.C. Now Sam must work with old friends he can no longer trust, forced to save a country he no longer serves. For unless he can stand against both a vast, faceless enemy and the shadows of the past, he'll never know what happened to his daughter - or himself.

Don't forget that Assault Android Cactus is still up for grabs for any Xbox One owners who missed out on it in the past couple of weeks, with the freebie set to expire on July 31. And as always, keep in mind that only claimed Xbox 360 games will remain playable if the Gold subscription is discontinued, while claimed Xbox One games need an active subscription to play.

Source: Xbox Wire

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