Microsoft’s gaming service, Game Pass, is expanding with new games every month and even half a month, and it’s no different now. However, the first half of December will be particularly exciting, as not only will the offerings increase to 12 titles, but the Xbox title, Halo Infinite, will be on the roster right away, so it would really be worth subscribing to the base or definitive service.
However, Halo Infinite will be available on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on December 8, and from the day of its release, it will be available as part of the cloud service, Xbox Cloud Gaming, so you can enjoy on your mobile phone. If we don’t want to buy it because, for example, we’re skeptical about the semi-open world gameplay, Game Pass would be the perfect place to see how good or bad it is. See below for a list of other games through December 15th.
- anvil (console, PC) – December 2 (release date)
- Archive (cloud, console, PC) – December 2 (from release date)
- Final Fantasy XIII-2 (console, PC) – December 2
- Lawn Mowing Simulator (cloud, console, pc) – Dec. 2.
- rubber bands (cloud, console, PC) – December 2 (from release date)
- Stardu Valley (Cloud, Console, PC) – December 2
- Warhammer 40000: Battle Sector (Cloud, Console, PC) – December 2
- Space Warlords Organ Trading Simulator (cloud, console, PC) – December 7 (from release date)
- infinite aura (cloud, console, PC) – December 8 (from release date)
- One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 (cloud, console, PC) – December 9
- Aliens: Fireteam Elite (cloud, console, PC) – December 14
- Between us (Console) – December 14
As usual, there will be games that will be removed from Games Pass on December 15. These are listed below, and as usual, we can buy them all at 20% cheaper after that if we have an active subscription.
- the beholder (cloud, console)
- Dark images: man of field (Console, PC)
- Guacamelee! 2 (cloud, console, pc)
- Willmott Warehouse (cloud, console, pc)
- Till the end (cloud, console, pc)
- Yuka Lily and the Impossible Den (cloud, console, pc)
Xbox Cloud Gaming has been expanded with a new process to improve the image anyway, you can read about it here.
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