Microsoft has sent emails to its Xbox Live Gold subscribers, announcing that Games with Gold will stop including Xbox 360 games starting on October.
Journalist Brad Sams claims Microsoft is considering discontinuing Xbox Live Gold and instead offering it exclusively with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions.
Prominent industry insider Jeff Grubb reiterates his original claim that Xbox Live Gold will eventually be phased out in favor of Game Pass.
This month's Games With Gold offering includes two backwards compatible fighting games, a platformer, and an isometric RPG.
Over 50 free-to-play titles have now become truly free to play on Xbox consoles.
The changes are currently being tested ahead of "general availability."
More changes might be inbound for Xbox's online service.
Microsoft immediately reverses the recent price increase following widespread backlash.
Recent rumours have suggested Xbox Live Gold might not stick around for long, but Microsoft says the subscription service won't be seeing any changes.
Xbox Live Gold might not stick around for long.
A platformer, shoot 'em up, and more available free for Xbox Live Gold members in June.
Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle and Toybox Turbos are also free for subscribers next month.
Store listings for these games indicate that they're free for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Inside is available throughout July, but Castlevania: Symphony of the Night must be claimed by the 15th.
Not exactly the best showing in terms of free games for the console.
The service will be launching later this year, Microsoft has confirmed.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is also free for Xbox Live Gold subscribers next month.
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy also up for grabs.
The free weekend starts on January 31st and ends on February 3rd.
Next month offers the first free backwards compatible Xbox title on Xbox Live Gold.