Xbox Announces New Titles Headed to Game Pass

Xbox Announces New Titles Headed to Game Pass

Xbox is back with another list of great games coming to Game Pass.

So, if you’ve recently got yourself a new Xbox, or you’re wanting a few more games to play, look no further.

And, as part of your Game Pass subscription, you can download all these games for free.

Depending on what game it is, it’ll be available on consoles, PC, and cloud (with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate).

Available; 2nd November (Today)

Minecraft: Java and Bedrock Edition

Available on: PC

Published by: Xbox Game Studios

Developed by: Mojang Studios, Xbox Game Studios

“Get your computer ready because Minecraft is coming to Game Pass for PC!

Play Minecraft: Java Edition and Minecraft: Bedrock Edition on Windows 10 and 11 as part of your Xbox Game Pass for PC or Ultimate membership. That also means you can conveniently cross-play with any current Minecraft version, including consoles and mobile! Just launch the same edition as the Minecrafter you want to play with. No need to pick and choose — experience Minecraft on PC in one launcher with Game Pass”.

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Unpacking – ID@Xbox

Available on: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: Humble Games

Developed by: Witch Beam

Available day one with Xbox Game Pass: 

Moving day is here! Unpack like never before in this zen puzzle game where you’ll learn about a character through a variety of moves. Unpacking weaves together a story through the everyday and sentimental belongings you’ll encounter as you decorate and organize each new space throughout the game”.

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Available; 4th November

It Takes Two – EA Play

Available on: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: EA

Developed by: Hazelight

“Go on a wild co-op adventure with EA Play as It Takes Two joins Xbox Game Pass for PC & Ultimate via The Play List.

Discover a metaphorical merging of gameplay and narrative in a light-hearted story of the hardships in getting along. And you can invite a friend to join the adventure with Friend’s Pass!”

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Kill It with Fire – ID@Xbox

Available on: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: tinyBuild

Developed by: Casey Donnellan Games

“Kill It with Fire is a first-person action game about hunting spiders and causing collateral damage. Assemble your arsenal of increasingly excessive weapons, track spiders across suburbia, and burn everything in your path!”

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Available; 9th November

Football Manager 2022

Available on: PC

Published by: SEGA

Developed by: Sports Interactive Games

Available day one with Xbox Game Pass: 

The closest thing to being a real football manager. Football Manager 2022 brings new, progressive ways to find your winning edge, instill your footballing style and earn it on the pitch with your football club. Experience complete football authenticity and unrivalled simulation gaming”.

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Football Manager 2022: Xbox Edition

Available on: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: SEGA

Developed by: Sports Interactive Games

Available day one with Xbox Game Pass: 

Navigate your way to the top of the footballing world as the boss of the world’s greatest football teams in a tailored version of Football Manager that’s been adapted for console play on the biggest stage. Build your dream squad and make the club completely your own as you develop your career to become a managerial great.

Plus, Ultimate members can play with Cloud Gaming featuring Xbox touch controls on day one, no controller needed!”

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Forza Horizon 5

Available on: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: Xbox Game Studios

Developed by: Playground Games

Available day one with Xbox Game Pass: 

Your Ultimate Horizon Adventure awaits!

Explore the vibrant and ever-evolving open world landscapes of Mexico with limitless, fun driving action in hundreds of the world’s greatest cars. Lead breathtaking expeditions across a world of striking contrast and beauty while immersing yourself in a deep campaign with hundreds of challenges that reward you for engaging in the activities you love”.

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Available; 11th November

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition

Available on: Console

Published by: Rockstar

Developed by: Rockstar

“Experience the blockbuster classic, updated for a new generation – now with across-the-board enhancements including Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting, brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, high-resolution textures, increased draw distances, and much more”.

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One Step from Eden

Available on: Console, PC

Published by: Humble Games

Developed by: Thomas Moon Kang

One Step from Eden combines deck-building and real-time action with rogue-like elements, giving you the chance to carve a path of mercy or destruction. Fight alone or with a friend in co-op as you cast powerful spells on the fly, battle evolving enemies, and collect game-changing artifacts. Can you make it to Eden?”

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Alas, it’s not all good news. With every game that comes to Game Pass, we must lose some. Think of it as Phil Spencer’s third law of Game Pass motion – every incoming game must force another one off the service. However, it’s not all terrible news, as you’ll still be able to bag these games for yourself with a special 20% discount with your Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

Leaving; 15th November

Final Fantasy VIII HD

Leaving: Console, PC

Published by: Square Enix

Developed by: Square Enix

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Planet Coaster

Leaving: Cloud, Console

Published by: Frontier Developments, Aspyr

Developed by: Frontier Developments, Aspyr

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Star Renegades

Leaving: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: Raw Fury

Developed by: Massive Damage

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Streets of Rogue

Leaving: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: tinyBuild

Developed by: Matt Dabrowski

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The Gardens Between

Published by: The Voxel Agents

Developed by: The Voxel Agents

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River City Girls

Leaving: Cloud, Console, PC

Published by: Arc System Works

Developed by: WayForward

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So there we have it, a small offering of brand new games to sink your teeth into. Be sure to take full advantage of these whilst they’re available to you for free. Of course, if you’re more interested in games that are free AND you get to keep them forever, we got you covered. Check out our Xbox Games With Gold coverage.

OR, if you’re on PlayStation, we have this month’s PS Plus games.

And, for all of us on Stadia Pro, check out this month’s Pro Games, available with any live Stadia Pro subscription.


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