Xbox Game Pass Adding More Xbox One, PC Games For August
Microsoft has revealed a new selection of Xbox Game Pass titles that’ll be coming to the service in early August, ranging from horror, supernatural action, and classic fantasy.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan headlines the slate of new additions, with Darksiders: Genesis throwing in a co-op adventure with two of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and Final Fantasy VII HD will take players for a scenic tour of Midgar. Action-adventure roguelike UnderMine, physics-based action game Trailmakers and the survival RPG It Lurks Below round out the new offerings for August.
Leaving Game Pass on August 14 are Devil May Cry 5, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Space Hulk: Tactics, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine and Yoku’s Island Express. You’ll still be able to grab these games for up to 20% off, provided that they’re in your library before they leave Game Pass.
Xbox Game Pass provides a rotating selection of roughly 100 games, for the monthly subscription price of $10 on either Xbox One or PC. An “Ultimate” subscription tier for $15 per month is also available, giving subscribers a combined Xbox One and PC library to choose games from.
As of September 15, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will also include access to Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming service, provided that you have an Android device and are in one of the 22 territories where the program will launch. Multiple third-party accessories will also be available on launch, from manufacturers such as Razer, NACON and 8BitDo.
You can check out a full listing of the early August releases with their platforms below.
Xbox Game Pass – Early August
- Darksiders: Genesis (Xbox One) – August 6
- It Lurks Below (Xbox One, PC) – August 6
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (Xbox One) – August 6
- Trailmakers (Xbox One, PC) – August 6
- UnderMine (Xbox One, PC) – August 6
- Xeno Crisis (Xbox One, PC) – August 6
- Final Fantasy VII HD (Xbox One, PC) – August 13
Leaving Xbox Game Pass (August 14)
- Devil May Cry 5 (Xbox One)
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Xbox One, PC)
- Space Hulk: Tactics (PC)
- Where the Water Tastes Like Wine (PC)
- Yoku’s Island Express (Xbox One, PC)
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