Games with Gold: Fable Heroes and TT Isle of Man are now free

Microsoft's Games with Gold program has gone through another refresh, offering Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members two more games to claim for free. The titles are from the February Games with Gold promotion that was announced only a few days ago, and as usual, they have arrived a little early.

TT Isle of Man for the Xbox One and Fable Heroes for Xbox 360 can now be claimed. As usual, the latter game is also available for Xbox One thanks to it being in the backward compatibility program.

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

TT Isle of Man (Xbox One)

For bikers, there are two types of speed races: the Isle of Man TT and the rest. No other race is as gruelling for the motorbikes and demanding for the riders. Take up the challenge of the Snaefell Mountain course: all 37.73 miles faithfully reproduced with the champions and their bikes. Memorise each section of the course, round each bend to perfection, keep your concentration throughout the 6 laps, get the best time and write your name alongside the greatest champions.

Fable Heroes (Xbox 360 and Xbox One)

Fable Heroes is a fresh spin on the beloved Fable franchise in which up to four players play both cooperatively and competitively in this hack-and-slash adventure. Work together as heroes of Albion to defeat familiar foes and new enemies while collecting as many gold coins as possible to unlock upgrades, characters, and items in both this game and Fable: The Journey for Xbox 360.

Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One consoles still have two weeks to claim the complete Batman: The Telltale Series from the previous Games with Gold promotion.

Keep in mind that only Xbox 360 games claimed via Games with Gold remain playable if the Xbox Live Gold subscription expires, while claimed Xbox One games require an active subscription.

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