Games with Gold: Street Power Soccer and SpongeBob's Truth or Square are now free

It is Games with Gold time again on the Microsoft Store as the final March wave of bonus games have now landed for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate holders. As part of their membership bonuses, and following the announced schedule, subscribers to either service can now claim Street Power Soccer for Xbox One and SpongeBob's Truth or Square for Xbox 360.

Both games come with backward compatibility support for newer generation consoles. This means Street Power Soccer can be played on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S systems. Meanwhile SpongeBob's Truth or Square available across the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S consoles of Microsoft.

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

Street Power Soccer (Xbox One)

Street power soccer screenshot

Sick style and high-energy action come together in this arcade soccer experience. Face off against street soccer legends or friends in a variety of over-the-top game modes and playgrounds, unleashing tricks and crushing superpowers to become Street King.

SpongeBob's Truth or Square (Xbox 360)

SpongeBobs Truth or Square screenshot

SpongeBob SquarePants has gotten himself into quite a predicament. After being entrusted by Mr. Krabs to keep the Krabby Patty formula safe, SpongeBob is overcome with grief for losing the recipe. He then relies on the help of the most unlikely companion, Plankton, who wants the secret Krabby Patty recipe for himself.

Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate members can still claim a title from the previous Games with Gold promotion too. Two weeks remain on The Flame in the Flood offer before it gets replaced by the yet to be announced April Games with Gold.

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