Xbox Games with Gold June 2023 Free Games Worth Almost 40 Dollars

Almost 40 dollars in value with 2000 Gamescore.

Microsoft has revealed the Xbox Games with Gold June 2023 free games.

Xbox Games with Gold June 2023 Lineup Again Are Randomly Picked

Just like any other announcement of Xbox Games with Gold, next month’s free games are again chosen at random by Microsoft. Our predictions for the next lineup were so way off since there was no pattern to follow at all. This new lineup is both narrative-driven games with one depending on choices while the other is an audio-driven adventure.

Who Can Get These Free Titles?

Members of Xbox Live Gold can gain exclusive access to these games for a limited time but are free to download. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members also have the benefit of Gold plus access to titles added to Xbox Game Pass game library.

When Can You Get These Games?

Adios will be available from June 1 to 30, 2023 with a price value of $17.99. The Vale: Shadow of the Crown is available from June 16 to July 15, 2023 and has a price tag of $19.99. A total value of $37.98 and 2000 Gamerscore to acquire.

Xbox Games with Gold June 2023 Game Descriptions

Adios centers around the choice of a player as it changes everything. Players take on the role of a pig farmer in Kansas who has the side job of disposing of bodies for the mob. A friend of yours who is also a hitman tries to change your mind as choosing a bad decision might affect the lives of everyone on the farm. Either go do the right thing or still be a slave for the mob but at least you are alive. The choice is yours.

The Vale: Shadow of the Crown is a game that focuses on audio. Players get to experience sound gameplay and haptic controller feedback in an audio-based adventure. They can feel the enemy’s breath, listen to the crunching of footsteps, or the clang of weapons. Combat is intense which makes it quite different from other combat and fantasy games.

Predictions for Future Lineups

Will the next free titles coming to Xbox Games with Gold make sense? Based on its history, better give up on that hope because Microsoft will still choose random titles for its lineup.