Microsoft has announced the next wave of titles headed to Xbox Game Pass, it's Netflix-style subscription service for Xbox One games. For September 2018, 10 new Xbox One games will be available under the $9.99 flat monthly fee, including previous first-party releases like Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Quantum Break. As detailed on Xbox Wire, each of these games will be available via the subscription on September 1.
Alongside the previously-announced addition of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Quantum Break, Onrush, Aven Colony, Shadow Warrior and Sky Force Reloaded are all headed to the service. Other ID@Xbox games will also be available, including Manual Samuel, Snake Pass, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, and InnerSpace.
One of this month's top picks is Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which bundles together the first four mainline games into a single package. Alongside being newly-enhanced for Xbox One X, the game's latest update brings major improvements to gameplay and stability. Quantum Break also can't be missed, which offers a unique third-person shooter adventure, bending time in unthinkable ways.
If you're yet to check out Xbox Game Pass, subscriptions can be picked up at the online Microsoft Store. For $9.99 a month, subscribers can access a rotating library of over 100 titles, spanning Xbox One, Xbox 360, and original Xbox.
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