When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Here’s how it works.

Games with Gold: Vikings: Wolves of Midgard and Dark Void are now free

Soon after Microsoft announced the April Games with Gold, the first wave has landed a little earlier as usual. The two games included in the latest promotion are Vikings: Wolves of Midgard and Dark Void, and both are now available to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to claim as free bonus games.

As for which Xbox console gets which, Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, while Dark Void is up for grabs across the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

Use the store links below while being logged into a Gold activated Microsoft account to claim the games:

Vikings: Wolves of Midgard (Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S)

Vikings Wolves of Midgard screenshot

The Action RPG Vikings – Wolves of Midgard takes you to the Shores of Midgard, a world based upon the mythology and history of the Vikings, but with a fantasy twist.

Dark Void (Xbox 360, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One)

Dark Void screenshot

Step into ‘the Void’…. A sinister parallel world of hostile aliens, powerful weapons and deep mystery.... Dark Void’s unique combination of jet-pack powered dog-fighting and ground-based combat brings a thrilling new dynamic to video-gaming. Experience the seamless transition between flight and fight in this epic adventure from Capcom.

Keep in mind that there are still two weeks left on the Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse (Xbox One) freebie from the March Games with Gold drops before the game is replaced by the next Gold arrival Truck Racing Championship.

As always, Xbox 360 games claimed via one of these promotions will continue being playable even after the Gold subscription is discontinued. However, claimed Xbox One games are only playable while the account has an active subscription.

Report a problem with article
genshin impact ps5 key art
Next Article

Genshin Impact native PlayStation 5 edition announced

Facebook app displaying information about why a post is shown on the News Feed
Previous Article

Facebook now lets you control who can comment on your posts