Microsoft has reveal what games Xbox Gold members will be getting in January 2016. The Games with Gold for January 2016 look pretty decent and if you own an Xbox One, you will be getting four games, two on Xbox One, and two on Xbox 360 thanks to the backwards compatibility.
Killer Instinct: Ultra Edition (January 1 – January 31)
The ultimate KI experience. Includes Jago, Sabrewulf, Thunder, Glacius, Sadira, Orchid, Spinal and Fulgore, 8 costumes, 16 premium accessory packs, and KI Classic game. Fight On!
ZHEROS (January 15 – February 15)
Selected as one of the titles part of the ID@Xbox program, a playable demo of ZHEROS was shown at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, together with a new trailer, that shows new visuals and gameplay.
DiRT Showdown (January 1 – January 15)
Race, crash and hoon your way through a world tour of motorised mayhem in DiRT Showdown! Crowd atmosphere, social gameplay and accessibility are all ramped up in this turbo- injected shot of driving delirium. Smash down the accelerator and earn the adulation of frenzied crowds at hyper-energised events at iconic locations. Trick, speed and smash your way to victory, then do it again.
Dues EX: Human Revolution (January 15 – January 31)
The game is set in 2027, 25 years before the first game and 45 years before the second game, at a time when multinational corporations have grown in power beyond the control of national governments. The game follows Adam Jensen, the newly hired security manager at Sarif Industries, a growing biotechnology firm. After terrorists brutally attack Sarif’s Detroit-based headquarters, the mortally wounded Jensen is forced to undergo radical life-saving surgeries that replace large areas of his body with advanced prostheses and internal organ systems. Returning to work, he becomes embroiled in the global politics of the human enhancement movement in the search for those responsible for the attack. Central themes to the game are the rise of corporations inglobalization, espionage, human survival, poverty, and the ethics advancing humans with artificial replacements for body parts.