It’s been known since this year’s E3 that a sea of games are coming to the Xbox subscription guide, Game Pass. There was still a week and a half of July, and during that time They are coming Also games that the American company has not yet reported, including two cannons.
One of them is Battlefield V, which will release in the fall with Battlefield 2042 and will be revealed in detail at EA PLay Live on Thursday. BF V has been available on Game Pass for some time now, but we can only play it in cloudy Xbox Cloud Gaming as of today. The other is Microsoft Flight Simulator, which is also special because for the first time in the franchise’s history, large-scale games will also be available on the console (Xbox Series X/S). Not by the way, the simulator entered the Hall of Immortals this year.
It is certainly important to mention the Indian platform game that came into service by surprise. Raji: An ancient epic is a fairy tale game in which Indian philosophy and Hindu religion are mixed. The project was created by just 13 people, and despite the enormous human hardship caused by the cost, Al Raji was one of the biggest independent successes of the past year.
Here you will find a complete list:
- Battlefield V (Cloud) is available on EA Play starting today
- Cris Tales (Cloud, Console, PC) Available Today
- Atomicrops (Cloud, Console, PC) – Jul 22
- Raji: An Ancient Epic (Cloud, Console, PC) – Jul 22
- Last Stop (Cloud, Console, PC) – July 22
- Blinx: The Time Sweeper (cloud and console) – July 26
- Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (Cloud and Console) – Jul 26
- Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox Series X/S) – július 27.
- Lethal League Blaze (Cloud, Console, PC) – Jul 29
- Omno (Cloud, Console, PC) – Jul 29
- Project Wingman (PC) – July 29
- The Ascent (Cloud, Console, PC) – July 29
Although the platform on which the game is included in Game Pass still matters, fortunately Xcloud or Xbox Cloud Gaming is now widely available, so we can bundle Game Pass games from a browser and phone.