At the Tokyo Games Show, Xbox has revealed even more games heading to Xbox Game Pass – including Deathloop.
At their Tokyo Games Show presentation today, Xbox has confirmed a variety of games coming to Xbox Game Pass. On top of the games we already learned about earlier this month, more big-budget titles are heading to the service soon.
The biggest news is Deathloop is heading to Game Pass on September 20th. The game was previously a console exclusive only available on the PS5, but its year-long exclusivity deal is now over. Xbox gamers will be able to get their hands on the game very soon.
The game has cross-platform matchmaking and more features in a new update too, and all players will get to access these features.
Xbox Game Pass gets Bigger
In addition, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is heading to Xbox Game Pass today. The game takes place in ancient Greece, and players can choose to play as either a male or female protagonist. It marks another installment in the more open-world RPG style of Assassin’s Creed games.
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch also launches on Xbox for the first time today. The critically-acclaimed RPG will be playable through Xbox Game Pass. It’s sequel. Ni No Kuni: Revenant Kingdom, will be launching on Xbox consoles and Xbox Game Pass later in 2023.
Other notable games heading to Xbox Game Pass include Valheim, the viking-inspired open-world survival game. Valheim has a retro art style and an excellent sense of adventure and discovery, so if you’re looking for a new world to get sucked into Valheim is worth a shot on Game Pass.
The new Fallout 76 expansion, The Pitt, is also available on Game Pass. Other games on Game Pass this month include Disney’s Dreamlight Valley, GRID Legends, The Outer Wilds, Grounded 1.0, Beacon Pines and Slime Rancher 2.
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