Microsoft Bulks Up Xbox Game Pass With 27 Titles Announced At E3 2021

The Xbox Game Pass has already packed a whopping 100 titles in its arsenal, but that isn’t stopping Microsoft from adding more to the list. In line with its goal to keep the service as a core feature of Xbox, the company announced another handful of new games during its E3 2021 showcase with Bethesda, most of which are coming to Xbox Game Pass day one.

The latter, however, wasn’t the only publisher who’s looking to bring its games to the Game Pass. Amidst the slate of announcements at E3 2021, here’s a compilation of all 27 titles that will be heading to the service:

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  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (13 June)
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance (22 June)
  • Flight Simulator (27 July; Xbox-exclusive)
  • The Ascent (29 July)
  • Hades (13 August)
  • Twelve Minutes (19 August)
  • Psychonauts 2, (25 August)
  • Aragami 2, (17 September)
  • Sable, (23 September)
  • Back 4 Blood (12 October)
  • Age of Empires IV (28 October)
  • Forza Horizon 5 (9 November)
  • Shredders (December 2021)
  • Anacrusis (Fall 2021)
  • Scorn (Fall 2021)
  • Among Us (sometime in 2021)
  • Hello Neighbor 2 (sometime in 2021)
  • The Gunk (sometime in 2021)
  • Halo Infinite (Holiday 2021)

Of the list, more than half are set to land on the Game Pass the same day they launch, which means first dibs for all subscribers on PC and Xbox. As for those looking to join in the gaming goodness, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available for S$19.99 per month, with newcomers only needing to fork out S$1 in the first month, thus making it one of the best-value subscription services on the market.

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