Xbox Games with Gold includes Gone Home, Turing Test, and Rayman 3 in October

By Marshall Lemon, Wednesday, 27 September 2017 18:55 GMT

There’s no shortage of puzzles, platforming, and shooting games available in October’s Xbox Games with Gold.

With a new month starting soon, it’s time to see which games console publishers will offering with their subscription services. PlayStation Plus has a strong selection with the inclusion of Metal Gear Solid 5, but the Xbox Games with Gold program is no slouch either. October will be opening with Gone Home and Rayman 3 HD, with The Turing Test and Medal of Honor: Airborne arriving at the halfway point.

All told, there’s a pretty good mix of puzzles, platforming, and shooting games available for free. All four games will be available this month to any players with an Xbox Live subscription. And don’t forget that Forza Motorsport 5, Oxenfree, and Battlefield 3 are still available with September’s selections.

  • Gone Home: Console Edition (Xbox One, October 1)
  • The Turing Test (Xbox One, October 16)
  • Rayman 3 HD (Xbox 360, October 1)
  • Medal of Honor: Airborne (Xbox 360, October 16)

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