Grab April 2021’s Games with Gold Before It’s Too Late

With spring finally here, we are in a new month for April 2021’s Games with Gold lineup. These titles are downloadable now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S for Xbox Live Gold members. So let’s check out what we’ve got going on!

April 2021’s Games with Gold Lineup

  • Vikings: Wolves of Midgard (Xbox One – $39.99 Free): April 1 to 30
  • Truck Racing Championship (Xbox One – $59.99 Free): Available April 16 to May 15
  • Dark Void (Xbox One/360 – $14.99 Free): Available April 1 to 15
  • Hard Corps: Uprising (Xbox One/360 – $14.99 Free): Available April 16 to 30

Viking: Wolves of Midgard

The first game we have up for April 2021’s Games with Gold is Vikings: Wolves of Midgard. Find yourself on the shores of Midgard, a mythology-based world with a fantasy twist on the history of the Vikings.

Join a band of Viking warriors to take up the battle against the fearsome Jotan and the beasts of Ragnarok. Master multiple weapons that include the notorious sword and shield against the terrifying undead in this world. Can you survive the growing cold of Fimbulwinter?

Truck Racing Championship

The next game up on this month’s lineup is Truck Racing Championship. Get in the driver’s seat and take the wheel on a giant 5-tonne, 1,000-horsepower semi-trucks in this completely new challenging racing experience.

Go against 12 competitors and drive 45 different vehicles in 14 worldwide circuits. This racing title features all the unique challenges of the European Truck Championship. Find and use the best tactics to win the race. Do you have what it takes?

Dark Void

The third title we have up is Dark Void on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Step into the Void in this sci-fi action-adventure that combines adrenaline combo of aerial and ground-pounding combat. It’s a sinister parallel world full of hostile aliens and mystery. Take on powerful weapons and experience this gallant adventure!

Hard Corps: Uprising

The last game to wrap up April’s games is Hard Corps: Uprising on the Xbox 360. Developed by ARC System Works and published by Konami, play this thirteenth installment in the Contra series in this retro run-and-gun action spin-off.

In this 2D side scroller, play as the soldier Bahamut and write your own legend. Only the best of the best survive. Battle in the grueling trenches of Arcade mode or the all new Rising mode. Purchase items and upgrade to build your soldier to achieve the ultimate victory!

Now that wraps up April 2021’s Games with Gold. Remember, these titles are only available for a limited time only. So which titles will you be playing this month? Sound off in the comments below!

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