October is now more than halfway through the month and players are already heavily engaging in theories as to which games will be included in next month's free games' list under the Xbox Games with Gold program.
The list for November is composed of both games that have frequented the list since August and games that might very well be the surprise of the season if they turn out to be granted.
First on the list is Rockstar Games' "Red Dead Redemption." Now, while this may sound too ambitious for the subscribers of the platform, the game may still end up in the list as its purported successor, "Red Dead Redemption 2," is now being jazzed up, inconclusively so, by the people behind the hit.
"Red Dead Redemption" is an open-world, western-action adventure that is set in a place called Armadillo, a fictionalized version of Western United States and Mexico. The game follows the life and death of John Marston. Released in May 2010 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, the entry is touted to be one of the best game titles released by Rockstar Games along with "Grand Theft Auto."
Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs" is also favorited by gamers. A frequent visitor on the players' wish list, it is an open-world, action-adventure third-person-shooter video game. It was released on May 27, 2014 on Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Meanwhile, the sequel to "Watch Dogs" is slated to be launched in November and releasing its source material would be a more strategic way for the game developer to lure more gamers in the franchise.
The list also includes post-zombie apocalypse video game "Zombi," which is set in London; "Tales from the Borderlands," Dishonored 2" and "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare."