These games are coming to Games With Gold in May

The May Deals with Gold lineup is looking pretty solid, with four more games available for free download throughout the month. As it does each month, the Deals with Gold program includes two Xbox One games and two backward compatible titles from the Xbox 360 library that subscribers of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass can claim – typically one of each throughout each half of the month. Here is a quick look at the Free Games with Gold for May.

Yoku’s Island Express ($19.99 ERP): Available May 1 to 31

As the titular protagonist Yoku, players will deliver parcels and fend off an ancient island deity in this colorful pinball-style platformer.

The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk ($19.99 ERP): Available May 16 to June 15

Assume the role of Robert, a flute-nose on a quest to save not only the flute-nose family but the land of Asposia itself from the wicked trader Emil, who has set the land against them. Players will switch freely between Robert and his trusty companions Peck and Laura in this standalone follow-up to The Inner World.

Hydro Thunder Hurricane ($9.99 ERP): Available May 1 to 15

This arcade-style powerboat racer will take you to a diverse set of gorgeous environments including the Bermuda Triangle, Area 51 and 9 others. With 20 speedboats and four gameplay modes – Races, Ring Masters, Gauntlet, Championships – there is plenty here to keep you and your friends busy, especially with the games competitive multiplayer.

Viva Piñata Party Animals ($9.99 ERP): Available May 16 to 31

Play as your favorite Viva Piñata character, grab the most candy and claim victory in more than 40 minigames combined with racing events in this fun, casual party game.

In addition to these free game downloads, Deals with Gold features a Spotlight Sale: a bevy of Xbox game deals and discounts with a regularly changing lineup. Deals with Gold is another feature as part of a subscription to Xbox Game Pass or Xbox Live Gold.

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