During Microsoft’s October Inside Xbox stream, it was revealed that three more games are set to come to Xbox Game Pass for PC.
The three new games in question are Cities: Skylines, DiRT Rally 2.0, and Saints Row IV: Re-Elected.
Cities: Skylines is a city-building game simulator where players can enjoy all the fun of city planning, including controlling zoning, road placement, taxation, public services, and public transportation. I swear it’s more fun than I’m making it out to be.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is all about racing and rallies, as you may be able to guess from the name. We have the official MSPoweruser review for it where – spoiler alert – we gave it a 9! You can read the MSPU review here.
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected contains both the base Saints Row IV game, all its DLC, and the standalone DLC Gat Out Of Hell. Saints Row IV: Re-Elected takes a bit of a departure from the Saints Row series, if Saints Row The Third wasn’t enough of an indication, and involves alien invasions, the Third Street Saints becoming the new US Government, real life simulations, and a musical set in Hell.
If you want to join Xbox Game Pass on console, PC, or even both, you can check out all the deals and legal jargon right here. You can currently get two months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (which gives you access to both the console and PC versions of the subscription and also Xbox Live Gold) for just $2.
You can watch the entire Inside Xbox stream below, if you’ve got a spare hour and a half to spare.