Xbox Game Pass reveals 17 NEW GAMES coming soon – here’s the full list!

Xbox Game Pass has exactly zero chill and we love it.

by Jason Coles
Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass continues to grow ever-larger and give even more value to those who decide to subscribe to it.

It’s rapidly becoming an obscene thing, almost so bloated with value that you’d expect it to spill out or be a cruel ploy to absorb your life force or something.

Well, the latest slew of games coming to the service makes it even better. If you’re thinking “but how can it possibly get better, is it going to be free?” then the answer is obviously no. Don’t be so silly. It’s just more games.

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So, here’s every game coming to the service soon.

Which games are coming to Xbox Game Pass

Honestly, there’s a lot to go over here, so rather than wandering around with some preamble, here’s the list:


  • Rage 2 – Android
  • Control – Android, Console
  • Monster Sanctuary – Android, Console
  • Gang Beasts – Android, Console
  • Assetto Corsa – Android, Console
  • SUPERHOT – Android, Console
  • Slime Rancher – Android, Console
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Android, Console, PC
  • Yes, Your Grace – Android, Console, PC
  • Greedfall – Android, Console, PC
  • Call of the Sea – Android, Console, PC
  • Haven – Console, PC
  • Unto the End – Console, PC
  • Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age S – Console, PC
  • Doom Eternal – PC
  • VA-11 Hall-A – PC
  • Starbound – PC

It’s nice and easy to understand, and just keep in mind that Android means you can play the game via xCloud, the streaming service.

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That’s not all folks

Also, on top of all of these games coming to all of these places, you can now pre-load games onto your Xbox One, Series X, and Series S.

This is great news if there’s a game coming that you absolutely need to play the moment it is released.


It’s a great new feature, and while it’s not revolutionary, it is a welcome one.

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Jason Coles