New Games With Gold For March Are Out Now (Xbox One, Xbox 360)

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Every month, Xbox Live Gold members can look forward to a few free game downloads, and the first offering of Games With Gold for March are now live: Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion for Xbox One and Star Wars Republic Commando for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Halfway through the month, you’ll gain access to the second two free games this month: Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 for Xbox One and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, which is also playable on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Pirates of the Enchiridion is the most recent game based on beloved cartoon Adventure Time, and it gives players control of characters like Finn, Jake, and Marceline to investigate why the Land of Ooo has been flooded. Thanks to backward compatibility, 2005’s Star Wars Republic Commando can be played on Xbox One and offers an exciting single-player campaign with squad-based, military-style combat.

Plants vs. Zombies fans will appreciate the free download of Garden Warfare 2. The light-hearted shooter expands the series with new characters, modes, and solo content while retaining the humor and ridiculous costumes that make it so entertaining. Finally, there’s Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, which takes place four years after Metal Gear Solid 4 and puts players in control of a cybernetically enhanced Raiden. In our review, we praised the game for its adrenaline-pumping combat and Raiden’s compelling story.

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See the full list of games and dates for March’s Games With Gold below.

Xbox Live Games With Gold for MarchAdventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion — March 1 to 31 (Xbox One)Star Wars Republic Commando — March 1 to 15 (Xbox One, Xbox 360)Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance — March 16 to 31 (Xbox One, Xbox 360)Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 — March 16 to April 15 (Xbox One)

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