It’s a new month, which means new games are joining the ever-growing Xbox Game Pass library. This month’s additions for those that have Xbox Game Pass or Game Pass Ultimate includes two different Skate titles, the beloved Hades, and more.
Before diving into which new games are coming to the Microsoft subscription service, here is a brief overview of what Game Pass even is. The Xbox Game Pass library continues to change with new titles being added. From day one launches of hit games to indie treasures that deserve their stage time just as any other game, the Game Pass membership allows Xbox fans a chance to have instant access to an eclectic library without having to shell out $60 for each experience.
Now, let’s get into which games are on the way:
What’s Coming To Xbox Game Pass:
Curse of the Dead Gods, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 5
Dodgeball Academia, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 5
Katamari Damacy Reroll, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 5
Lumines Remastered, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 5
Skate, Console – August 5
Skate 3, Cloud – August 5
Starmancer, PC – August 5
Art of Rally, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 12
Hades, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 13
Microsoft Solitaire Collection: Premium Edition, PC – August 17
Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition – African Royales DLC – Available Now
Gears 5: Operation 8 – Available Now
Dead by Daylight Archives Tome VIII: Deliverance – Available Now
Rainbow Six Siege: Containment Event – Now until August 24
Sniper Elite 4 Series X/S Update – Available Now
Zombie Army 4: Left 4 Dead 2 Character Pack – Available Now
Grand Theft Auto V, Cloud and Console – August 8
Ape Out, PC – August 15
Crossing Souls, PC – August 15
Darksiders Genesis, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 15
Don’t Starve, Cloud, Console, and PC – August 15
Final Fantasy VII, Console and PC – August 15
Train Sim World 2020, Cloud, Console, and PC August 15
For those that may not have Game Pass yet, there are two options available: the standard membership and Ultimate. Xbox Game Pass is $9.99 per month, with Ultimate coming in at $14.99, including Xbox Live. With Microsoft making some big moves in recent years – the recent Bethesda acquisition and more on the way – the internal ecosystem at Xbox continues to grow. This means more AAA wonders and indie darlings will be yours to play at no additional cost.
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