The Redmond giant has confirmed that ten more games will be added to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service in the coming months.
Microsoft has officially revealed that ten more games will be added to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service in the coming months. The most exciting new Game Pass additions are always the first-day additions.
While fans definitely appreciate the inclusion of classic games, it’s the first-day additions that really make it worth it to subscribe to Xbox Game Pass.
In recent days, Microsoft has highlighted several new games that will arrive on launch day. Now it’s revealed ten more.
The games in question are Another Crab’s Treasure, Galacticare, Harold Halibut, Little Kitty Big City, Mineko’s Night Market, Neon White, Sea of Stars, Techtonica, The Book Walker and The Wandering Village. Specific release date information is not yet available at the time of writing. However, more information may become available in the near future.
List of new Xbox Game Pass games:
- Another Crab’s Treasure
- Harold Halibut
- Little Kitty Big City
- Mineko’s Night Market
- Neon White
- Sea of Stars
- The Book Walker
- The Wandering Village
Of the above, Neon White is arguably the highlight. Neon White debuts as a Game Pass game on Xbox. It has previously been released on PC, Switch, PS4 and PS5. Neon White has received rave reviews on the other platforms where it has been made available. Fans praised the innovative twist on the first-person shooter genre and the anime-inspired story. Neon White is a surefire Game Pass hit whenever it joins the lineup.
Of course, it’s entirely possible that the other new games coming to Xbox Game Pass will also make a splash, with Another Crab’s Treasure and Sea of Stars looking particularly promising.
Needless to say, subscribers can never run out of interesting new games.
And Xbox Game Pass subscribers with bigger budgets and an interest in AAA stuff will have plenty to look forward to. After all, Starfield will be released in September and Forza Motorsport in October. In addition, there are several other AAA games scheduled to join the Game Pass lineup this year and beyond.
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