Alan Wake and more announced for Xbox Game Pass, DayZ soars after addition
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What you need to know
- Alan Wake is a popular third-person action game from Remedy Entertainment.
- It originally launched on Xbox 360 many years ago.
- The title is coming to Xbox Game Pass on May 21 according to the developer.
- DayZ has also found new success after hitting Xbox Game Pass.
Xbox Game Pass is a monthly game subscription service from Microsoft that gives you access to over 200 games for $10 a month. If you buy Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you gain access to not just Xbox Game Pass, but also Xbox Live Gold.
Today, Remedy Entertainment revealed that Alan Wake was coming to Xbox Game Pass on May 21. It's unclear if this was to be revealed since the official Xbox Game Pass Twitter account usually teases such announcements. Either way, it's happening!
Alan Wake is coming to Xbox Game Pass PC and Console on May 21st pic.twitter.com/GjpYre8GrwAlan Wake is coming to Xbox Game Pass PC and Console on May 21st pic.twitter.com/GjpYre8Grw— Wario64 (@Wario64) May 14, 2020May 14, 2020
Xbox Game Pass has also proven to be quite beneficial for DayZ. Today, developer Bohemia Interactive sent Windows Central the following press release.
It seems like another game, called Golf With Your Friends is also coming to Xbox Game Pass soon. It should be available on May 19 from the looks of it, when it launches on all platforms. Cities: Skylines may also be returning in a few days. Lastly, Xbox Game Pass for PC is getting Plebby Quest: The Crusades.
Are you going to play both games on Xbox Game Pass? What titles do you want to see join the service? Let us know.
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