ID@Xbox provided indie fans with an entire showcase dedicated to new gaming adventures that are on the way. The showcase gave us incredible first looks at new indie games, as well as new info on already revealed titles, but it also came bearing Xbox Game Pass news, as well.
While not every game announcement slated to arrive on Xbox Game Pass later this year received a release date, we do at least have an idea of what else is on the way. Games like Stardew Valley are widely beloved in the gaming community, and its arrival to the subscription service library is one that has been requested a lot in the past. Other titles on the way include:
Evil Genius 2 World Domination
I’m particularly excited for Pupperazzi, mainly because it’s basically Pokemon Snap but with puppers. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like paradise to me. Aragami 2 is slated to arrive next month, though Evil Genius 2 is expected sometime in the latter half of this year. More titles will be revealed in the coming month, but for now? We have Pupperazzi.
In case you missed last week’s announcement about what other titles are on the way, here is everything coming (and leaving) Xbox Game Pass this month:
Curse of the Dead Gods, Cloud, Console, and PC – Available now
Dodgeball Academia, Cloud, Console, and PC – Available now
Katamari Damacy Reroll, Cloud, Console, and PC – Available now
Lumines Remastered, Cloud, Console, and PC – Available now
Skate, Console – Available now
Skate 3, Cloud – Available now
Starmancer, PC – Available now
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 – Gone
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
If you haven’t already checked out what Xbox Game Pass has to offer, there are two options available. There is the standard service, which is $9.99 a month and then there is Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which is $14.99 a month. Ultimate also awards members with Xbox Live as an added bonus, which gives players free games each month to enjoy. With the price of some games now set for $70, and with the day one inclusion of Xbox-specific titles, it’s a solid deal for those that game a lot but has been burned in the past games that just weren’t to their liking.
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