What you need to know
- Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that gives you access to over 200 games.
- Games coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC in October were just revealed.
- Titles like F1 2018 and Stellaris are probably the highlights.
- You can purchase a subscription through Amazon.
A few days ago, Microsoft revealed a number of ID@Xbox and AAA games coming to Xbox Game Pass in October. However, the reveals mostly focused on Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers felt left out. Luckily, the team revealed the titles joining that service this month. You can take a look at the games below.
- F1 2018: It's a really good racing simulator that's going to push you to the limits.
- Lonely Mountains Downhill: This game is all about riding your bike and trying not to crash.
- Minit: This 2D adventure game requires you to finish it in a minute.
- The Outer Worlds: This is a single-player first-person shooter that's like Fallout: New Vegas in space.
- Saints Row IV: Re-Elected: This over-the-top action game is like Grand Theft Auto on steroids.
- State of Mind: It's a sci-fi thriller that will make you question reality.
- Stellaris: This may be one of the best 4X grand strategy games ever created which focuses on outer space.
Aside from that, the Xbox Wire post said that Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption leaves Xbox Game Pass at the end of October on PC. What do you think of this list? Are you excited for the additions? Let us know.
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