Xbox Game Pass Adds Fallout 76 And More New Games In Early July
Microsoft has announced a new slate of Xbox Game Pass titles coming to the subscription service over the first few weeks of July. Those include a fairly big-name game in the form of Fallout 76, the online spin-off of Bethesda’s RPG series, as well as the latest in a storied fighter franchise and more.
Starting on July 1, Xbox One subscribers will be able to play the weapon-based fighting game Soulcalibur VI, and PC subscribers will get a simulator of America’s pastime, Out of the Park Baseball 21. Then on July 9, Xbox One players can dive into the Secret of Mana-inspired action-RPG CrossCode, while both PC and Xbox One subscribers will get access to Fallout 76 with the new Wastelanders expansion. The addition of Fallout 76 comes not long after a big update that introduced the game’s first season and a variety of other content and changes.
The blog post announcing the new additions also noted that some of the games on the service are also getting significant content updates soon. Those include Minecraft Dungeons with its Jungle Awakens DLC and Sea of Thieves with “The Greatest Tales Never Told.”
A handful of games are leaving in July as well. Those include Blazing Chrome, Dead Rising 4, Metal Gear Solid 5, Timespinner, Unavowed, and Undertale. Each of those will be leaving on July 15, so finish them while you can.
Xbox Game Pass is an all-you-can-eat subscription service that offers a rotating selection of roughly 100 games. Both Xbox One and PC subscriptions are available for $10 per month apiece, and a combined “Ultimate” subscription also packages in Xbox Live Gold for $15 per month.
Xbox Game Pass — Early July 2020
- July 1: Soulcalibur VI (Xbox One)
- July 1: Out of the Park Baseball (PC)
- July 9: CrossCode (Xbox One)
- July 9: Fallout 76 (PC, Xbox One)
Leaving Xbox Game Pass (July 15)
- Blazing Chrome (Xbox One, PC)
- Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One, PC)
- Metal Gear Solid V (Xbox One, PC)
- Timespinner (PC)
- Unavowed (PC)
- Undertale (PC)
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