Xbox Game Pass: Check out the games already confirmed for the month of November

From managing a football team to brutal and violent acts

November is knocking on the door and with it comes new games coming to Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft usually reveals new titles with the arrival of a new month, but let’s get to this point The titles have already been confirmed and have dates to hit the subscription service in the last month of the year.

The Legend of Tianding – October 31 (PC and Console)

Even though it’s the last day of October, The Legend of Tianding is the next title to hit Game Pass. As a sort of Chinese Robin Hood, you must take from the corrupt rich and give to the poor. The game brings beautiful animations to the art style that the game delivers, lots of kung fu fighting that happens in a fluid way, and platforming moments.

Ghost Song — November 3 (PC/Console/Cloud)

This is for those who enjoy a good Metroidvania that feels more like Metroid. Ghost Song has gameplay and mechanics very reminiscent of the Nintendo classic. From movement (the “ball” bounce on the wall is very Metroid), weapons, armor upgrades, and more. The game certainly has its quirks, such as weapons for melee attacks.

Football Manager 2023 – November 8 (PC & Console)

The popular football team management franchise will remain on Game Pass. The previous edition, Football Manager 2022, will be released on the same day as the new title arrives on the subscription service.

Pentiment — November 15 (PC/Console/Cloud)

Pentiment is the most diverse product from Obsidian Entertainment, responsible for games like The Outer Worlds, Pillars of Eternity, Fallout New Vegas and more. The game “is a historical mystery RPG that focuses on character development, highly stylized art, and choice-based storytelling, set in early 16th century Germany.”

Somerville – November 15 (PC & Console)

From the creators of Indies and Limbo, Somerville is the first IP from the new Jumpship studio. From what has been shown so far, the title combines 2D and 3D moments, better known as 2.5D, and promises to be a dramatic narrative that focuses on the protagonist’s family.

Gungrave GORE — November 22 (PC/console/cloud)

After more than 10 years, the Gungrave franchise returns with fast-paced gameplay, fierce combat and plenty of rolling. The game will have settings based on real Southeast Asian locations, but with a “grim and futuristic feel.” According to the game description on Steam, Gungrave GORE offers over 12 hours of gameplay.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide — November 30 (PC)

Rounding out the list and the month of November, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is from the same creators of the Vermintide franchise, focusing on a co-op campaign for up to 4 players.

These are the titles confirmed for Xbox Game Pass at the time of this news in November.

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