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June 2020 Xbox Games with Gold Free Games Predictions

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June 2020 Xbox Games with Gold Free Games Predictions

Xbox One Game – The Division 2

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Every month, players with Xbox Live Gold are gifted a few free games through the Xbox Games with Gold platform. While the official list of free games for June 2020 has yet to be released, we have some Games with Gold predictions as to what those free games might be.

For the current month of May 2020, the Xbox Games with Gold free games list consists of V-Rally 4 from May 1 to 31, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr from May 16 to June 15, Sensible World of Soccer from May 1 to 15 and Overlord II from May 16 to 31.

For the Xbox One game inclusion for June 2020, we predict The Division 2 is looking extremely promising for a three reasons.

Firstly, The Division 2 has been going on sale lately for some insanely low prices. While it is currently priced at $29.99 on the Microsoft Store, it has been on sale as recently as February 2020 at 95% off at only $2.99.

At the time of writing, The Division 2 is also on sale on other platforms at super low prices. On the Epic Game Store for PC and Mac it is on sale for $9.89 off of $29.99 but has also been on sale for as low as $3.98 back in February.

Secondly, The Division 2 is developed by Ubisoft and Microsoft has shown itself to be very comfortable with offering Ubisoft games on Games with Gold in the past. This include, but is not limited to:

  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon in November 2016
  • Assassin’s Creed: Revelations in April 2017
  • Assassin’s Creed III in June 2017
  • Watch Dogs in June 2017
  • For Honor in August 2018
  • Far Cry 2 in January 2019
  • Assassin’s Creed Rogue in February 2019

Thirdly, The Division 2 recently released a new expansion in February 2020 which likely was the cause behind the massive sale during that same month. The Warlords of New York expansion is normally priced at $29.99 and is on sale at 30% off for only a couple more days until May 18.

It makes sense for Microsoft to offer the base game for free is it means more players will then potentially purchase the expansion pack, which costs the same amount as the base game itself at $29.99.

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