We think most would agree that the Xbox Game Pass is a force for good in the world. It represents value for money allows gamers to try titles that they may otherwise not have considered.
Now with the Xbox Series X on the horizon, Microsoft will be looking to take the Xbox Game Pass to the next level. Making it a focal point of the new generation and gearing the Xbox Live service around it.
This is a smart move by Microsoft as the service could potentially live on beyond any console’s lifespan. The idea for an Xbox Game Pass came into being halfway through the Xbox One’s tenure, and continues to be highly regarded.
Who knows? One day the service could exist via streaming alone and transcend physical consoles entirely. This is why Microsoft is right to support it and make sure the concept continues to evolve.
Xbox Game Pass - The Netflix Of Video Games
As Forbes once described it, the Xbox Game Pass “is Netflix for video games”. The service has also surpassed its rival PS Plus by offering a more flexible and simplified experience.
More and more titles have joined it as time has gone on. Now, the Xbox Game Pass is a significant jewel in the Xbox crown, and gamers should be excited to see where it goes next.
Now the next round of titles coming to the service has been spotted. They will make their way to Game Pass from today, starting with Carto.
New games will be coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Android, and PC, which are the main platforms supported by Xbox Game Pass.
Here’s a list of titles, including their release dates on Xbox Game Pass and what platforms they’ll be appearing on:
- Carto (Console & PC) – October 27
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered (Console/PC) – October 29
- Five Nights at Freddy’s (Android, Console/PC) – October 29
- Full Throttle Remastered (Console/PC) – October 29
- Grim Fandango Remastered (Console/PC) – October 29
- Unruly Heroes (Android, Console & PC) – October 29
- Celeste (Android, Console/PC) – November 5
- Comanche (PC) – November 5
- Deep Rock Galactic (Android, Console & PC) – November 5
If you’re in a rush to get started on the 10th of November, then here’s how you can set up your new Xbox Series X/S faster.
Also, don’t forget, there are special Xbox events taking place on the 9th of November, the day before launch, to celebrate the new consoles.