Today, Microsoft hosted its first ever "ID@Xbox Game Pass" episode. It's not an expansion to the subscription service, but a show about all the smaller games coming to Xbox Game Pass soon. During the stream, the company announced that three new ID@Xbox titles are coming to Xbox Game Pass the same day they release on Xbox One. Killer Queen Black, Outer Wilds, and Blazing Chrome have garnered a lot of interest over the past few months, so Xbox Game Pass members are in for a treat.
Killer Queen Black
From Liquid Bit, Killer Queen Black is an intense multiplayer action-strategy platformer designed for up to eight players. Hop on the snail, hoard berries or wipe out the enemy's queen to claim victory.
Remember Outer Wilds? Outer Wilds is an exploration game about curiosity, roasting marshmallows, and unraveling the mysteries of the cosmos.
In Blazing Chrome, the world is dominated by machines that threaten the few humans remaining with total extermination. The show was filled with other behind-the-scenes looks as well. For example, we got a better look at Afterparty and Outer Wilds. Both of them look really good and rather unique.
ID@Xbox is bringing a lot of stellar games to Xbox One this year like Void Bastards, Operencia: The Stolen Sun, Supermarket Shriek, and The Good Life. All of these games will launch on Xbox Game Pass the same day they come out.
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