This week, everything was announced for Xbox Game Pass

This week, everything was announced for Xbox Game Pass

Thanks to the Tokyo Game Show in 2022 and showcases from Nintendo and Sony, it''s been a busy week.

It''s easy to get lost in what''s already out and what''s already available when with so many announcements.

Here''s a quick reminder of everything new for Game Pass this week.

Deathloop will be on Game Pass for the first time since September. The game will also be receiving a major update with new enemies and an extended ending.

During the ID@Xbox showcase, Matt Wales reported a great deal of indie games. Metal: Hellsinger, which received a Recommended review from us, You Suck at Parking and Amazing Cultivation Simulator are all now available on Game Pass.

SpiderHeck (22nd), Moonscars (27th) and Valheim are among the indies from the ID@Xbox show that will be released on Game Pass this month. In October, Eville and Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed will be added on the 11th and 18th respectively.

It''s not all for aliens, however. Let''s Build A Zoo has just been verified on Game Pass, and will be available on 29th September. Norco joins the service on 20th October, and Saturnalia will launch a week later on 27th October.

Following the wide range of information Ubisoft gave during Ubisoft Forward last week on everything it takes to run the future of Assassin''s Creed, Assassin''s Creed Odyssey was available on Game Pass yesterday.

The Ni No Kuni series was developed for Game Pass as remastered versions. The first game, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, is already playable, and the sequel Ni No Kuni: Revenant Kingdom is expected to arrive sometime next year.

Both Guilty Gear Strive and BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle have been announced for Game Pass and are expected to launch in spring 2023.

GoldenEye 007''s updated version has been announced this week and has been confirmed as being launched on Game Pass by Rare. A date has not been announced yet, but it is said to be coming soon."

Turnip Boy Robs a Bank, The Big Con, The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Homestead Arcana, and Rainbow Billy are among the titles that have been announced for Game Pass without release dates.

If you want a complete list of all Xbox Game Pass games or wish to see what''s left in the library this month, here is our comprehensive guide.

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