The Xbox Games with Gold lineup appears to have leaked early.
Microsoft’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb is expected to make the official Games with Gold announcement later today at 4pm UK time.
But it looks like the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games may have leaked early on the Taiwanese Xbox Facebook page.
According to the image – which can be seen below – Mojang’s Cobalt will headline the Xbox One lineup alongside Plants vs Zombies 2 Garden Warfare.
Cobalt will be available from March 1 until March 31, while Plants vs Zombies 2 Garden Warfare will join Games with Gold on March 16 and leave at midnight on April 15.
Some reports suggest that Cobalt will replaced by a different game in Europe and the US, so check back later for confirmation.
Xbox 360 users will be able to download Star Wars Republic Commando on March 1, followed by Metal Gear Rising Revengeance on March 16.
Cobalt is an action platformer that features a mysterious cyborg.
“Shoot, roll, punch, and jump your way to slowmotion victory in Cobalt, an action platformer from Oxeye Game Studio,” reads the official description.
“Take on the role of a mysterious cyborg stranded on an even more mysterious planet in our single player campaign, or play with friends in a wealth of coop and versus multiplayer modes.”
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2, meanwhile, is a multiplayer shooter developed by PopCap and published by EA.
“The battle for Suburbia grows to crazy new heights in Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2!” the store description reads.
“In this hilarious, action-packed shooter, you can attack as the plants or defend as the zombies in the all-new 24-player Herbal Assault mode, or choose your side in 4-player co-op or Solo Play to sow the seeds of victory!”
In the meantime, Xbox Gold subscribers can download the February 2019 free games.
This includes Super Bomberman R and Bloodstained Ritual of the Night for Xbox One and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy for Xbox 360.
Bomberman is available to download until midnight on March 15, while Bloodstained leaves the service on February 28.