New batch revealed for Xbox Game Pass

Next batch of games confirmed for Game Pass

Some Xbox Game Pass news for you! Yesterday, it was revealed the next batch of games that would be joining the ever-growing library of Xbox Game Pass, and a good variety is coming.

  • Lonely Mountains Downhill -23rd October
  • Secret Neighbour – 23rd October
  • Minit – 24th October
  • The Outer Worlds – 25th October
  • Afterparty – 29th October
  • LEGO Star Wars III (X360) – 31st October
  • Subnautica – 7th October

 

The Outer Worlds launches this Friday and for me I cannot wait. It’s been highly regarded and some of the reviews have been excellent. We’ll have a review coming on AbsoluteXbox soon so do keep an eye out for that.

Do let us know what else is in that list coming to Xbox Game Pass that you’re looking forward to playing on our Social Media channels.

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