Control, GreedFall, and more are coming to Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft has revealed that 16 more games will be joining Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC during December.
The first drop arrives December 3rd and includes Remedy’s Control (Android and Console), id Software’s FPS Doom Eternal (PC), and slime wrangling adventure Slime Rancher (Android and Console). Also arriving on December 3rd are Rage 2 (Android), Va-11 Hall-A: A Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PC), and Yes, Your Grace (Android, Console, and PC).
Following shortly after on December 4th will be Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition. The Definitive Edition of the role-playing game features extra scenarios, an orchestral version of the soundtrack, the option to switch between 2D and 3D, and more.
Next up are Call of the Sea (Android, Console, and PC), Monster Sanctuary (Android and Console), and Starbound (PC), which are scheduled to arrive on December 8th. Joining them on December 9th will be combat adventure game Unto The End (Console and PC).
The final set of titles in this batch arrive on December 10th and include Assetto Corsa (Android and Console), Gang Beasts (Android and Console), GreedFall (Android, Console, and PC), Superhot: Mind Control Delete (Android and Console), and Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (Android, Console, and PC).
Microsoft also announced that several titles will be leaving Xbox Game Pass in the near future. The following titles will be removed in the coming weeks:
Leaving December 11th
- eFootball PES 2020 (Console)
Leaving December 15th
- Age of Wonders: Planetfall (Console & PC)
- Infinifactory (PC)
- Metro: Last Light Redux (PC)
- MudRunner (Console & PC)
- Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker (Console)
- Pathologic 2 (Console & PC)
- The Turing Test (Console & PC)
- Ticket to Ride (Console & PC)
- Untitled Goose Game (Console)
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