Xbox announced 41 new games for Game Pass in its E3 Showcase

Xbox announced 41 new games for Game Pass in its E3 Showcase on Sunday.

The list of announced games includes Yakuza: Like a Dragon and ten classic Bethesda games, which are all being added to the service today.

The other 30 games are planned to release on the service in the future, and will be available on the day each game is set to release.

These include Forza Horizon 5, the latest instalment in Microsoft‘s open-world racing series, which will be set in Mexico.

It also includes Bethesda’s sci-fi title Starfield, and Arkane’s co-op shooter Redfall, both of which will be exclusive to Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Other titles coming in the near future include Microsoft Flight Simulator on July 27, as well as Psychonauts 2 and Hades, which are both releasing in August.

Earlier this week Xbox’s experiences and platforms boss Liz Hamren hinted at the potential introduction of cheaper Game Pass tiers during a video presentation to media and analysts.

“We need to innovate to bring our games and services to more people around the world. And we’re investigating how to introduce new subscription offerings for Xbox Game Pass,” she said.

“The point is that we’re being creative and dynamic in thinking about how to deliver the joy and community of gaming to everyone on the planet across devices, geographies, and financial realities.”

The full new Game Pass games list is as follows:

Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Arx Fatalis (PC only)
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
The Evil Within 2
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Fallout (PC only)
Fallout 2 (PC only)
Fallout Tactics (PC only)
Fallout 3

Among Us
Microsoft Flight Simulator
Twelve Minutes
The Ascent
Back 4 Blood
Aragami 2
The Anacrusis
Hello Neighbor 2
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance
Psychonauts 2
Age of Empires IV
Forza Horizon 5
Halo Infinite
Atomic Heart
The Outer Worlds 2
Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl
Party Animals
A Plague Tale: Requiem
Slime Rancher 2
Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising
Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes

Xbox Game Pass launched in June 2017 and has become central to Microsoft’s gaming business, attracting over 18 million subscribers as of January 2021.

Starting at $9.99/£7.99, subscriptions offer access to a library of over 100 games, including all Xbox Game Studios titles at launch.

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So far it wasnt so bad for the games mentioned.

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