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Xbox Games with Gold for February 2019 Revealed

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Not too long ago, an industry analyst projected console sales for the Xbox One, putting the current generation console's figures at roughly the halfway point to Sony's nearly 100 million systems sold with the PS4. That said, the Microsoft system still has a bevy of gamers engaged with the hardware, and the company has now decided to give them a heads up about which titles they should expect from the Games with Gold program for February 2019.

Starting on February 1 and running through February 28, Xbox users with Xbox Live Gold subscriptions will have the chance to receive Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon on Xbox One, with the game being a retro-styled action-adventure title that acts as a spiritual successor to the Castlevania series. On February 16 through March 15, Xbox One players will then be able to nab 2017's Super Bomberman R for free.

As usual, Xbox 360 owners won't be left out of the fun, as Microsoft will initially be offering them the chance to grab Assassin's Creed Rogue from February 1 through February 15 on the last-gen platform. After that, the first- and third-person action-shooter from 2003 for the original Xbox, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, will be available for free. It's also worth mentioning that these two titles are going to be available to Xbox One owners as well thanks to the system's backward compatibility feature.

While some Xbox fans might bemoan a few of the choices for February 2019's Games with Gold, there's always the possibility that many others will see them as fantastic additions to their game libraries, especially since the titles' total original value of $90 will be available to Xbox Live Gold members at no extra cost . At any rate, those who have yet to capitalize on the Games with Gold for January 2019 should do so soon, with most of this month's free Xbox Live Gold offerings expiring as soon as February rolls around.

Source: Xbox – YouTube

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