Last month, the new Game Pass offerings, although expensive and unenable, weren’t available at all. Somehow, Hades left, but Xbox quickly replaced this game by a new mythological-themed game in Immortals: Fenyx Rising. Most Game Pass subscribers did not play all of the noteworthy additions to the library last month. Since August is around it, Xbox will have to sway the Game Pass. Even without an official announcement, subscribers can start feeling really great about what’s going on in the next few weeks.
This is probably Microsoft’s very simple way of saying: “Your move, Sony.”
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Here’s an euthanized list of games coming soon to the Game Pass.
- Introducing Grid Legends – July 1st – XP / Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – YES 1.
- Disney’s Dreamlight Valley – September 6th, Disney’s Dreamlight will be released later this year.
- Train Sim World 3 – September 6th.
- Outer Wilds (xbox series X) – September 15th.
- Hardspace: Shipbreaker – September 20th, 2018.
- Beacon Pines – Sept. 22 – October 22 – August 22 – September 22-31 – The earliest of the two of us to gather at a meeting this morning.
- 2 – September 22 – Slime Rancher.
- Grounded – September 27, September 30.
- Moonscars – September 27th, 2010.
On the same day they are coming out of the Game Pass, Disney Dreamlight Valley, Train Sim World, Beacon Pines and Moonscars are all joining the game Pass. Of these four, the biggest is Disney Dreamlight Valley. Game of life simulation allows players to interact with other Disney and Pixar characters. But, it’s not just all fun and games. Disney Dreamlight Valley is described as an escape from adventure.
Disney Dreamlight Valley and Slime Rancher 2 are going to join the Game Pass as early access titles on September 6 and 22 respectively.
Slime Rancher 2 is the sequel to one of the most underrated games of the past decade.
If nothing else, September ought to be solidified between the Game Pass and PS Plus. But, it isn’t for failure of trying. Last month, Sony added a few Yakuza games. In addition, we were excited to see what Sony will do to try and tie up this month. The Japanese tech giant is now reliant on a high price hike for the PS5.