During September 2019’s Inside Xbox, Xbox announced more titles are coming to Game Pass. Specifically, the PC version of the game-focused subscription service is getting new titles.
On PC, Dirt Rally 2.0, Saints Row IV: Re-Elected, Bad North, Cities: Skyline are all coming to Game Pass. Among the roster, Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is my personal favorite–pushing the ridiculous series to new heights as you jump into a Matrix-like simulation to battle an alien threat as the President of the United States.
Game Pass continues to be one of the best things to happen to Xbox, offering dozens of phenomenal titles for a fraction of their total retail cost on both Xbox One and PC. The past few months have seen several triple-A titles added to the service, including first-party games like Gears 5 and third-party ones like Jump Force. Lots of indie games have been added the day they release as well, such as Creature in the Well and Blair Witch.
Looking ahead, Game Pass is already scheduled to see more big-name titles added to the service. The Outer Worlds is probably the biggest name on the list, offering a space-focused variation of Fallout: New Vegas‘ formula that allows you to craft your own journey–even allowing you to become the villain of the campaign.
During Inside Xbox, Xbox also released new information about Microsoft’s upcoming game streaming service, Project xCloud, and featured interviews and presentations for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, Atlas, DayZ, Hitman 2, Afterparty, Code Vein, Felix the Reaper, and Children of Morta.
Source: Game Spot Mashup