Games with Gold: The Final Station and Joy Ride Turbo are now free

Microsoft's Games with Gold promotion is back with two more games for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to grab. Heeding the already announced November schedule, The Final Station for the Xbox One and Joy Ride Turbo for the Xbox 360 are now available for free.

The 360 title is also up for claim to Xbox One owners as usual, as the game is part of the Backward Compatibility program allowing native play on the modern console.

The two games can be claimed immediately using the Microsoft Store and Xbox Marketplace links down below while logged in to a Gold activated account.

The Final Station (Xbox One)

Travel by train through a dying world. Look after your passengers, keep your train operational, and make sure you can always reach the next station. Make your way through swarms of infected at each station. Explore mysterious and abandoned stations looking for supplies and survivors.

Joy Ride Turbo (Xbox One and Xbox 360)

Introducing Joy Ride Turbo, a controller-based arcade racer delivering precision handling, speed and crazy stunt mayhem! In the new Stunt Park, show off your skills or explore and find collectibles that unlock cars, giving you an edge for faster races and death-defying stunts. Plus, race new tracks and old favorites in Battle Race, Pro Race & Time Trial.

Those who haven't already grabbed Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter for the Xbox One from the previous Games with Gold wave still have plenty of time to do so, with half a month left on its free promotion.

As is usually the case, Xbox One titles claimed through a Games with Gold promotion are only playable whenever the player's account has an Xbox Live Gold subscription. Claimed Xbox 360 games, on the other hand, will remain playable even if the subscription runs dry.

It has been a pretty big week for Xbox fans, with the X019 launch day event unveiling a whole bunch of new games. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which includes Xbox Live Gold, is also on sale for first-time subscribers right now with a $1 price tag, offering varying months of EA Access, Spotify Premium, and Discord Nitro as bonuses. Of course, over 50 games were also announced for Xbox Game Pass.

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