Free Games Available on Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus for January 2021

 

Both Sony and Microsoft have announced free games that will be available on subscriptions for January 2021. Sony has announced its list for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Microsoft has announced its list for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions.

 PlayStation Plus

 On Tuesday January 5 members are set to get two PlayStation 4 titles. They are Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Greedfall.

 Shadow of the Tomb Raider continues the 2015 action/adventure game with Laura Croft as the protagonist. Greedfall is a seventeenth century fantasy/action game.

 If you have a PlayStation 5 you will be the lucky recipient of a game called Maneater. In this game, as its name suggests, you will meet a man-eating predator in open seas.

 All the games will be available for the entire month of January.

 Xbox Live Gold

 Gamers on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S get Little Nightmares from January 1 to January 31, 2021. Other games are Dead Rising, which is available from January 16 to February 15 while Breakdown is available from January 16 to January 31.

 Using Backward Compatibility gamers can play The King of Fighters XIII from January 1 to January 15.

 In Dead Rising gamers have to put in their best efforts to survive zombies. Revisit childhood fears and overcome them in Little Nightmares. Breakdown is an action game with hand-to-hand combat while gamers can take on the world’s best fighters in The King of Fighters XIII.

 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

 Members have access to all the above games. They also gain access to over 100 games with an Xbox Game Pass.


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