The Free Xbox 360 Games for April Have Been Announced

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In March, Xbox Gold subscribers got the games Civilization Revolution and Dungeon Defenders for free. Now, Microsoft has announced which games it will be giving away in April for those same subscribers.

The month starts off with IO Interactive's Hitman: Absolution, the latest installment in the Hitman franchise. Although it fell short of the highly praised Hitman: Blood Money, Agent 47's newest adventure still managed to fare quite well among critics. This game will be available for free for Xbox Live Gold subscribers in the first half of April.

As for the latter part of the month, Gold subscribers will have the chance to download Deadlight. This is Tequila Work's 2012 sidescrolling zombie apocalypse title.

As of now, there is now actual news whether we will be seeing the same program for Xbox One. In Febuary, Phil Spencer, then chief of Microsoft Games Studious, now head of the Xbox branch, said that we should be getting news about the Games for Gold "fairly soon." However, it is April already, and nothing has been heard on the matter.

Over at Sony, its PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive a larger variety of free games in April. US subscribers will get Batman: Arkham City, Castle Illusion, and Stealth Inc. A Clone in the Dark on PS3, along with Pixeljunk Monsters ultimate Hd and Velocity Ultra for PS Vita. European Plus subscribers will get PES 2014 on PS3 and MotoGP 14 on the Vita. But this is not all. They will also get Hotline Miami and Sly Cooper Thieves in Time for both consoles.

Unlike Microsoft, Sony has not missed out on including free games for its latest console. Everyone that has paid for the PlayStation Plus service on the PS4 will get the chance to download Mercenary Kings for free.

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