Another month, another helping of Xbox Games with Gold offers including Overlord 2, V-Rally 4, Sensible World of Soccer, and Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor.
Have you ever wanted to lead a minion army into battle? Maybe you’ve always dreamed of testing your driving prowess in rallycross? Well now is your chance as Overlord 2, V-Rally 4, and a couple of other games are the Xbox Games with Gold for May 2020.
Similarly to previous months, there is a total of four games offered, two of which are playable via backward compatibility. The two Xbox One games are Bigben Interactive’s V-Rally 4 and Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. The two Xbox 360 games are Codemasters’ Sensible World of Soccer and Overlord 2. Altogether, this is valued at $119.96 with a total of 3770 gamerscore you can earn.
Each game is offered during a certain period of time. Here is a list of all the May 2020 Xbox Games With Gold, platform, and when you can begin downloading the game:
- V-Rally 4 — Available May 1 to 31 on Xbox One
- Warhammer 40,000 Inquisitor – Martyr — Available May 16 to June 15 on Xbox One
- Sensible World of Soccer — Available May 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Overlord 2 — Available May 16 to 31 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
In order to gain access to next month’s Xbox Games with Gold, you must be an Xbox Live Gold subscriber. In addition to monthly free games, you’ll get discounts on select games as well.
You can also become a Gold subscriber with Xbox Games Pass Ultimate. For $15 a month, you can get the Xbox Games with Gold offers, as well as access to over 100 games including Gears Tactics, Metro Exodus, and Red Dead Redemption 2 (coming in May).
Personally, I think this is a pretty week month in comparison to the April 2020 Xbox Games with Gold. Overlord 2 is definitely the most intriguing of the bunch for next month and one that I may check out. I’ve never heard of Sensible World of Soccer, but out of the four, it has the best Metacritic score, so that may be worth playing as well. The Warhammer 40,000 game will certainly appease Xbox Live Gold subscribers who are fans of the series, but it doesn’t look like it did well critically. Regardless, if you are a subscriber, it never hurts to check out “free” games.