Are you a subscriber to Xbox Game Pass? If so, you will be excited to learn that there are new games available through the service. And if you have been on the fence about subscribing to Xbox Game Pass, maybe the Xbox Game Pass new games will convince you to take the leap and give it a try.
These Are the Xbox Game Pass New Games
Here are the four new games added to Xbox Game Pass:
- Blazing Chrome: This game is a side-scroller which will put your skills to the test. It’s brand new not just to the service, but to the world, having just released. If you enjoyed Contra, you should love this shooter.
- Dead Rising 4: The fourth addition to the popular Dead Rising series released in 2016 to a mixture of positive and negative reviews from gamers and critics. But for its story, world, and intense action, it’s worth playing now to see how it has aged.
- Timespinner (PC): If you are a subscription holder on PC, you can look forward to enjoying the crowdfunded game Timespinner, released in 2018. If you have played Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and enjoyed it, you should like this as well since the gameplay is not too far off.
- Lego City: Undercover (console): Gamers on console can take on the role of police officer Chase McCain while hunting down Rex Fury.
But along with these newly-added titles, the service also boasts a wide selection of other games to enjoy. Some of these include Astroneer, Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Metro Exodus, multiple Borderlands titles, Undertale, Forza Horizon 4, Thumper, multiple Halo games, multiple Gears of War games, multiple Hitman games, and so much more. So whatever types of games you are into, you should find more than enough to keep you entertained.
All of these games, including the four new ones, are live right now! So if you do not already have Xbox Game Pass, think about picking up a subscription. If you want to be able to play on both your console and PC, pick up Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This costs just $15 a month and gives you Xbox Live Gold with Game Pass for both your platforms. Don’t want to miss any future updates on Xbox Game Pass? Follow our Xbox news feed.