July’s Game Pass games have been announced with Shadow of Mordor: Shadow of War arriving on July 4 alongside My Time at Portia and Undertale, while Blazing Chrome will be a release day addition on July 11. Unfortunately, Warhammer Vermintide 2 and some other big games are also leaving this month.
Microsoft has announced the new games coming to Game Pass in May and they start with Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus on May 2. Wargroove also joins that day, followed by Surviving Mars, Black Desert, and Tacoma arriving on May 9. The month ends with Lego Batman 3 on May 16.
Microsoft plans to sell a combo deal of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Gamepass for $14.99 a month, the company announced today in their Inside Xbox game stream. While both services already exist, Microsoft isn’t offering the bundled sub until “later this year.” No word if they’ll offer a better deal for an annual…
Xbox Game Pass subscribers just got a nice surprise: in addition to the already-announced games being added to the service this month like Just Cause 3 and Life is Strange, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is also going to be made available.
The Xbox One package of the first four Halo games—Halo: The Master Chief Collection—will be available to Xbox Game Pass members on September 1. The trailer promises several updates, including “improved matchmaking” (good news for those who remember the collection’s initial launch).
Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s $10 monthly gaming subscription program, will go live on June 1, the company said today. Unlike Sony’s streaming service, PlayStation Now, Xbox Game Pass will let you download its games. It’ll be fascinating to see whether Microsoft can amass a library big enough to create gaming’s version… Read more