• The Xbox Games With Gold lineup for September has been announced
  • The free games lineup follows the same pattern as the previous months
  • "Warhammer: Chaosbane" and "Mulaka" are among the free titles

The new lineup of free Games With Gold for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S is officially here, offering subscribers an interesting list of games from Microsoft’s library of titles.

Much like the previous months, Xbox Games With Gold for September 2021 features some classic console games from the Xbox 360 era, as well as a few modern ones that are also available on PC. Next month, subscribers will have access to “Warhammer: Chaosbane,” “Mulaka,” “Zone of The Enders” and “Samurai Shodown 2.”

The games will come with the usual array of perks and benefits that Xbox Live Gold members enjoy, such as access to multiplayer and the other free games from the previous month, assuming that users have claimed them before. Here’s a rundown of the free games for next month.

Warhammer: Chaosbane is an ARPG set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe
Warhammer: Chaosbane is an ARPG set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe Nacon

“Warhammer: Chaosbane”

It is a hack-and-slash ARPG set in the “Warhammer Fantasy” universe that takes queues from other popular games in the genre like “Diablo” and “Path of Exile.” “Warhammer: Chaosbane” plunges players deep into a grim fantasy setting as one of four characters who must face the endless hordes of Chaos and save the Empire of Man from utter collapse.


“Mulaka” is an action-adventure game made by indie developer Lienzo. The game explores the rich mythos of northern Mexico as players try to fight against a growing corruption that threatens to consume the land. “Mulaka” features puzzle solving, platforming and fast hand-to-hand combat as well as a story based on the real Tarahumara group of indigenous people who are renowned for their superhuman running speed.

“Zone of The Enders HD Collection”

This version of the classic “Zone of The Enders” games features revamped graphics that better fit the technology of the Xbox 360, as well as reworked art and improved audio. This third-person action game was originally produced by Hideo Kojima back when he was still with Konami, and it tells the story of a young boy-turned-mech pilot who gets tangled in a web of political turmoil and intrigue.

“Samurai Shodown II”

This retro fighting game features 15 different fighters and an intuitive combat system that can easily keep players on their toes. “Samurai Shodown II” was one of the most popular arcade games of its time and now players can fight at home to their hearts’ content come September.