Xbox Games with Gold September lineup announced

Heidi Nicholas - August 30th 2022

The Xbox team has now confirmed the September Xbox Games with Gold lineup, which kicks off with Gods Will Fall and Thrillville.

We'll have four games to download in September with Games with Gold — Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will be able to download Gods Will Fall, Thrillville, Double Kick Heroes, and, since Games with Gold will phase out free Xbox 360 games as of October, Portal 2 as the last Games with Gold Xbox 360 game.

Xbox Games with Gold for September 2022

Gods Will Fall will be available for the whole month of September, from the 1st to the 30th. Double Kick Heroes will be available from September 16th to October 15th, while Thrillville and Portal 2 will both be available for a few weeks: Thrillville from September 1st to the 15th, and Portal 2 from September 16th to the 30th. All together, September's Games with Gold have an overall worth of $66.96 and 3,000 Gamerscore.

Portal 2 is the highest-rated of the lot, with 4.62/5 from over 10,500 votes from TrueAchievements members, and the Portal 2 walkthrough suggests you'll need 15 to 30 hours to complete the game. Then there's Gods Will Fall, with a rating of 3.41/5 — we don't yet have a completion estimate for this one, as only 6 of the 889 players on TrueAchievements have completed it. Double Kick Heroes has a rating of 3.22/5, and the Double Kick Heroes walkthrough lists an estimated completion time of between eight and ten hours. Thrillville, as an original Xbox game, doesn't support achievements.

There's still a little time for two of August's Games with Gold — it's the last call for Calico and Monaco: What's Yours is Mine!

What do you think of September's Games with Gold lineup? Happy with Portal 2 as the last Xbox 360 game available with Games with Gold? When we asked what you thought of Games with Gold phasing out Xbox 360 games, over 1,700 of you said more Xbox One games should be added instead, and over 1,100 suggested Xbox 360 games should continue to be included. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!