Xbox Game Pass reveals eight new titles being added, including Dead by Daylight
The Xbox Game Pass is about to grow even more with the addition of 8 new titles on the way over the next couple of weeks. The Xbox One subscription sevice continues to give gamers new reasons to become a member, with the most recent drop including the wildly popular Superhot game in addition to two entries from the beloved Banner Saga.
So many games on the way we could barely fit them all in this picture pic.twitter.com/Qotz02HTpy— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) May 22, 2019
From the horror-filled Dead by Daylight adventure, to taking on a more indie experience with the Banner Saga, here's what's coming to the Xbox Game Pass and when members will get a chance to play:
- Metal Gear Survive - 5/23
- The Banner Saga - 5/23
- Void Bastards - 5/29
- Dead by Daylight - 5/30
- Outer Wilds - 5/30
- Full Metal Furies - 6/6
- The Banner Saga 2 - 6/6
- Superhot - 6/6
For those interested in the membership, here's more about the Xbox Game Pass according to Microsoft:
- Play games across multiple genres, from action/adventure and family favorites to shooters, sports, puzzle games, and more. And with new titles added every month, you'll always have a wide selection of great games to choose from.
- Download games directly to your console and play online or offline in full-fidelity, without any streaming or connectivity issues. Whether it's a new story to immerse yourself in or an old journey you're eager to revisit, experience your games as they were intended.
- Love an Xbox One game and want to own it? Interested in an add-on or Season Pass for a title you're playing in the Xbox Game Pass catalog? Save 20% on Xbox One game purchases and 10% on all related add-ons, but only while the base game is currently in the catalog. Xbox 360 games do not qualify for discounts.
It's a solid deal for gamers that want instant access to a variety of games with no risk at all. It's a cheap way to try out different experiences without having to constantly be shelling out a 60 dollar price tag.Back To Top