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February is winding down, so it’s almost time for a new batch of Games with Gold freebies for Xbox Live subscribers. Microsoft has unveiled the four free games joining the Games with Gold program in March: Warface: Breakout, VALA: Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse, Metal Slug 3, and Port Royale 3. Like usual, there are a pair of Xbox One games and two older games that are playable via backwards compatibility.
Warface: Breakout is a tactical first-person shooter that released last year. It’s a spin-off of the MMO Warface based on the Planet the Bomb game mode. The squad-based FPS doesn’t have a ton of content yet, but if you’re a fan of the genre it may be worth checking out. Warface: Breakout is free all throughout March.
The other Xbox One freebie is certainly a silly game, and that’s not all too surprising given its name. VALA: Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse is a top-down mech shooter in which llamas have caused the apocalypse. It features local co-op for up to four players and has a roguelike loop. Each run is different, but yes, llamas stand in your way every time you suit up. Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse will be free from March 16 to April 15.