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Control, Doom Eternal, And More Are Coming To Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft has announced which new games are coming to Xbox Game Pass this month.

After sharing a teaser on Twitter, Microsoft has confirmed that Remedy Entertainment’s trippy Control will be launching on Xbox Game Pass on December 3rd. However, only the base version of the action-adventure title will be available on Xbox Game pass, meaning users playing on their Xbox Series consoles will not have access to the next-gen Ultimate Edition which requires a separate purchase.

As revealed by Xbox, Joining Control on the service on December 3rd are games Doom Eternal for PC, Haven for console and PC, Rage 2 for Android, Slime Rancher for Android and console, Va-11 Hall-A for PC, and Yes, Your Grace for Android, console, and PC. More games will be added throughout the rest of the month, including:

  • Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes Of An Elusive Age – Definitive Edition for console and PC (December 4)
  • Call Of The Sea for Android, console, and PC (December 8)
  • Monster Sanctuary for Android and console (December 8)
  • Starbound for PC (December 8)
  • Unto The End for console and PC (December 9)
  • Assetto Corsa for Android and console (December 10)
  • Gang Beasts for Android and console (December 10)
  • Greedfall for Android, console, and PC (December 10)
  • Superhot: Mind Control Delete for Android and console (December 10)
  • Yooka-Laylee And The Impossible Lair for Android, console, and PC (December 10)

In addition to the large selection of games releasing via the service, many games will also be leaving Xbox Game Pass. The games departing Xbox Game Pass include:

  • eFootball PES 2020 for console (December 11)
  • Age Of Wonders: Planetfall for console and PC (December 15)
  • Infinifactory for PC (December 15)
  • Metro: Last Light Redux for PC (December 15)
  • MudRunner for console and PC (December 15)
  • Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker for console (December 15)
  • Pathologic 2 for console and PC (December 15)
  • The Turing Test for console and PC (December 15)
  • Ticket To Ride for console and PC (December 15)
  • Untitled Goose Game for console (December 15)

Xbox Game Pass launched back in 2017 and has continually expanded since then, offering customers a gigantic selection of content across multiple platforms for a small price. The subscription is now widely regarded as one of the best game subscription services around.

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