Microsoft Flight Simulator, Resident Evil 7, and more games have been added to Xbox Game Pass.
In a new blog post today, Microsoft announced a slew of new games for its Xbox Game Pass, a subscription service which allows users to download and install and Xbox title to their PC or Xbox console.
Microsoft Flight Simulator was one of the many games announced for the service. Released today (August 18th), Microsoft Flight Simulator is the latest entry int he Microsoft Flight Simulator franchise and acts as a soft reboot for the title.
The game, which simulates the Earth using Bing Maps as well as scenery generated by Microsoft Azure technology, allows players to fly around the world in an assortment of planes.
However, it’s worth pointing out that Microsoft Flight Simulator is comprised of three packages, each offering exclusive detailed airports and aircraft, but only the Standard edition can be played through Xbox Game Pass.
Future Games Launching With Xbox Game Pass
Alongside Microsoft Flight Simulator, Microsoft announced a slew of new titles that will be added to the service in the coming months.
Management game Spiritfarer is available from August 18th along with Flight Simulator and games Battletoads, Don’t Starve: Giant Edition, Crossing Souls, and Darksiders Genesis will be made available on Xbox One and PC from August 20th.
Later on, Hypnospace Outlaw and Tell Me Why: Chapter One releases on August 27th, and Wasteland 3 and Double Kick Heroes launch August 28th.
In September and from September 1st, players will have access to Crusader Kings III and, finally, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is added to the service on September 3rd.
In addition to games launching on the service, several will also be leaving Xbox Game Pass in August and September. The titles leaving include:
- Creature In The Well (August 31st)
- Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director’s Cut (August 31st)
- Metal Gears Solid 2 & 3 HD (August 31st)
- Metro: Last Light Redux (August 31st)
- The Jackbox Party Pack 3 (August 31st)
- NBA 2K20 (September 1st)
- Red Dead Redemption 2 (September 7th)
A lot is coming and leaving to Xbox Game Pass and there are plenty of titles remaining on the service for you to enjoy. Anyone who isn’t subscribed to the service can join for £1 for the first month too, providing you with access to a large catalogue of video games. In the meantime, keep up-to-date on all things Xbox here.
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