What you need to know
- ID@Xbox Game Pass is a show where Microsoft details smaller experiences coming to Xbox Game Pass.
- Today, the team revealed even more titles like Demon's Tilt and Genesis Noir for the service.
- You can purchase Xbox Game Pass through Amazon.
ID@Xbox Game Pass is a show where Microsoft's ID@Xbox team reveals some of the upcoming smaller games to the subscription service. Today, the team hosted another episode where it discussed a lot of intriguing titles joining Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks. Many of them are games that are already available on Xbox One, and others will be joining the service at launch. Twitter user Klobrille managed to compile a list after watching the show.
- Genesis Noir
- The Escapists 2
- Cities: Skylines
- Lonely Mountains: Downhill
- Demon's Tilt
- Genesis Noir
- The Red Strings Club
- The Talos Principle
- Vambrace: Cold Soul
- State of Mind
- Dead by Daylight
The genres of these games vary, but all of them seem like worthy experiences. We're mostly excited for The Talos Principle because it's one of the best puzzle games ever made. However, those who love horror games will be pleased to see that Dead by Daylight is mentioned there.
Keep in mind that some of these games are already available on Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One, but may be coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC. For example, Cities: Skylines is already available for Xbox One, but it's coming to PC soon.
Which games are you interested in the most? Let us know. It's great to see that Xbox Game Pass is thriving because not only does it include stellar AAA titles, but its indie selection is becoming quite good.
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It'll last you a couple of months
Xbox Game Pass gives you access to over 200 games for one monthly fee. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate also adds Xbox Live Gold to the package so you can play online with your friends.
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