Xbox Game Pass is getting a big push in the new console generation, and users will be happy to know that the month of December will see a number of additions to the service. Over the next few weeks, 17 games will be added to Game Pass, across the Android, console, and PC platforms. There's a fairly strong bit of variety here, so Xbox fans shouldn't have a hard time finding something to enjoy. From JRPGs and first-person shooters to platforming games, there's some high quality to be found, as well! All of the new games are listed below, alongside their release dates and platforms.
- Control (Android and Console)- December 3rd
- Doom Eternal (PC)- December 3rd
- Haven (Console and PC)- December 3rd
- Rage 2 (Android)- December 3rd
- Slime Rancher (Android and Console)- December 3rd
- Va-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PC)- December 3rd
- Yes, Your Grace (Android, Console, and PC)- December 3rd
- Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition (Console and PC)- December 4th
- Call of the Sea (Android, PC, and Console)- December 8th
- Monster Sanctuary (Android and Console)- December 8th
- Starbound (PC)- December 8th
- Unto the End (Console and PC)- December 9th
- Assetto Corsa (Android and Console)- December 10th
- Gang Beasts (Android and Console)- December 10th
- GreedFall (Android, Console, and PC)- December 10th
- SuperHot: Mind Control Delete (Android and Console)- December 10th
- Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (Android, Console, and PC)- December 10th
All in all, this is a very good list of games! While titles like Control and Doom Eternal have gotten a lot of attention since their debut, Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is a game that flew slightly under the radar after its release. The beauty of Game Pass is that it will get players to potentially try out games that they might not have otherwise, so it will be interesting to see what titles find themselves a new audience through the service.
For those that have yet to try out Xbox Game Pass, this week will see a new offer rolled out: the first three months for just $1! Regardless of whether or not players decide to stick with the service, that should be plenty of time to finish a few games before the trial period ends! More information can be found about the service right here.
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