Microsoft on Monday (18) announced the following games that will be added to Xbox Game Pass for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC. Notable titles include Watch Dogs 2, from Ubisoft’s popular open-world franchise, and As Dusk Falls, a release coming to the service under the so-called They are joined by titles such as Inside, MotoGP 22, Torment: Tides of Numenera and Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation. Check out the dates each game will be available and which ones will be leaving the service soon, such as the Brazilian dodgeball game Dodgeball Academia and Katamari Damacy Reroll.
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Watch Dogs 2 comes to Game Pass alongside other titles; See list — Photo: Disclosure/Ubisoft
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Watch Dogs 2 (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 19
The sequel to Watch Dogs introduced users to a new protagonist, Marcus Holloway, as well as a new location in the open world: San Francisco, United States. The city is in danger of losing its freedom with the ctOS automated security system.
Together with the DedSec hacker group, Marcus will try to incite a revolution through a variety of missions involving stealth, hacking and combat to gain followers on the networks and convince people that the system must be overthrown.
Watch Dogs 2 will be one of the main games to be added to Xbox Game Pass soon — Photo: Playback/Microsoft Store
As Dusk Falls (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 19th
In this story-driven game, users follow an interactive drama that tells the story of two families whose fates have been intertwined for 30 years after a botched heist in 1998 in Arizona, USA.
Players will be able to make decisions and see the long-term consequences of their choices for years to come, hoping to find a satisfactory outcome for all parties. The game will be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch, and you can play with friends using their smartphones as controls to vote on plot decisions.
As Dusk Falls is a narrative-driven game that tells the story of two families whose lives have become intertwined — Photo: Reproduction / Microsoft Store
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation (PC) – July 19
For fans of strategy games, Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation is a great example of the genre with large-scale battles involving multiple armies fighting for survival. After the human race expands throughout the universe, an enemy called the Substratum wants to eliminate them and will spare no effort with his armies to eliminate the entire human race. The game features campaigns on both the post-human coalition and substrate sides, as well as online multiplayer against your friends.
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation features large-scale strategic battles with multiple armies — Photo: Reproduction/Steam
MotoGP 22 (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 21
The official MotoGP Championship game comes to Game Pass with 20 official circuits and over 120 riders for users to choose from. There are also 70 other driver classes to play with and nine 2009 season modes, with 17 races and legendary drivers from that year’s Grand Prix.
The current release includes split-screen support for playing with a local friend for the first time. In addition, the game will have traditional modes, including career and the ability to manage your own team, with support for the junior classes in Moto2 and Moto3.
MotoGP 22 brings motorcycle racing fans the full content of the official championship for the first time with split-screen multiplayer — Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store
Torment: Tides of Numenera (Cloud and Console) – July 21st
Based on the tabletop RPG Numenera, the game is a spiritual successor to the 90s classic Planescape: Torment, with a strong focus on story and choice. The game takes place 1 billion years after man discovered the secret of immortality and became a god, cheating death by constantly changing bodies.
Players enter the story as one of these discarded bodies as they try to discover their role in the world and must survive against an ancient force called Sorrow, who wants to restore balance to the world by eliminating immortals and all their former bodies.
Torment: Tides of Numenera brings a deep story full of choices and different paths, based on the famous tabletop RPG Numenera — Photo: Reproduction / Microsoft Store
Inside (Cloud, Console and PC) ID@Xbox – July 29th
From the creators of the popular indie game Limbo, Inside brings the same platforming and puzzle mechanics to a dark and dystopian world. Playing the role of a little boy exploring this strange world from a side view, users will go through some amazing and intriguing experiences on their way to the big mystery at the end.
From the creators of Limbo, Inside brings a dark world full of mystery — Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store
Xbox Touch Controls added to 12 more games
For Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers using Xbox Cloud Gaming on their Android and iPhone (iOS) devices, Microsoft will add touch controls to 12 more titles, including games from the Yakuza saga that recently arrived on Xbox Game Pass and the new release As Dusk Falls. On Android devices, you can play through the Xbox Game Pass app, while on iPhone and iPad, you need to access Xbox Cloud Gaming through a browser via the official website (http://xbox.com/play).
- Citizen sleeping
- disk room
- Escape Academy
- A garden story
- A little witch in the forest
- Lost In Random
- Cosmic lines in the distance
- Umurang generation
- Yakuza 0
- Yakuza Kiwami
- Yakuza Kiwami 2
- Dusk Falls
For Xbox Cloud Gaming players, Microsoft adds touch controls for 12 more titles — Photo: Playback/Xbox Wire
Some Xbox Game Pass titles will be leaving the service on July 31, but users still have time to enjoy the games. If they want to keep games in their collections, Xbox Game Pass subscribers get a 20% discount on games that will be leaving the service.
- Dodgeball Academia (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Katamari Damacy Reroll (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Lumines Remastered (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Omno (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Raji: An Ancient Epic (Cloud, Console & PC)
along with information Xbox Wire