Hellblade, PUBG and 14 Other Games Will Join Xbox Game Pass
As part of X018’s Inside Xbox, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, highlighted the importance of Xbox Game Pass for its fans.
So, his plans are to add more and more high caliber games to the monthly paid service. Spencer announced that Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice will be part of the Xbox Game Pass in a few weeks. The title of Ninja Theory will join the service on December 17.
The surprises do not end there, because in total 16 new titles were announced that will be integrated into the service this year and early 2019. Other of the renowned titles are PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Ori and The Blind Forest, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, as well as Agents of Mayhem, just to name a few.
Not all titles now have a confirmed date to get to Xbox Game Pass, but certainly, the offer is aimed at all types of players. Below I leave you the complete list of games with their release date.
- PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (November 12)
- Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (December 17)
- Ori and The Blind Forest (December)
- Ori and the Will of the Wisp (December)
- Agents of Mayhem (December 22)
- Thief of Thieves (now available)
- MXGP3 (December 22)
- Thomas Was Alone (December 22)
- Kingdom: Two Crowns (December)
- Supermarket Shriek
- Mutant Year Zero
- Pathologic 2
- The Good Life
- Void Bastards
- Secret Neighbor
In addition, in a matter of hours, the Xbox Game Pass application will be available for iOS and Android devices. The app will allow you to explore the content and download it remotely. For this to work it will be necessary to configure your console with the Instant-On option and enable remote installations in the system configuration menu.