Resident Evil 6 and more games will join Xbox Game Pass in July

Update: Xbox Game Pass is getting a bunch of new games in July. Titles like Dead Island: Definitive Edition and Resident Evil 6 will join the service. If you aren’t into those games, stellar experiences like The F1 2015 and Flame in the Flood will also be there. Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition will also be in there but it’s not listed.


Xbox Game Pass is a great subscription service which offers you some of the best games on Xbox One for $10 a month. If you’re lucky, you can also win 1 to 2-year subscriptions from T-Mobile or Microsoft Rewards. However, everything it’s so rosy. When Xbox Game Pass was announced, Phil Spencer said that games would leave Xbox Game Pass. Well, it runs out that some games won’t leave Xbox Game Pass until November. Apart from that, around 5 games will be added to the service each month. In an Xbox Daily livestream, Xbox Game Pass senior product manager Dennis Ceccarelli said:

“So on the first of every month, you’re going to see at least 5 new games enter the Xbox Game Pass catalogue—every single month, Again, we’re really trying to give a great mix of games across different ratings, different experiences, different genres, so no matter who you are, if you’re an Xbox Game Pass member, every single month there’s something new for you to play…While there’s not one set amount of time that a game will be in the catalogue, and some titles will leave the catalogue eventually, I want to put some fears at rest because our first games won’t be leaving the catalogue until late November.”

This is definitely great news for gamers who were worried about quickly finishing games or losing access in July. Xbox Game Pass will only get better from here and who knows, maybe a few years later it’ll have hundreds upon hundreds of games just like Netflix. This is definitely great news for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and those interested in the service.

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.

Related
Comments