Summary: From building cities to Formula 1 racing and spooky adventures, Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass have something for everyone, with new releases, DLC, and game updates coming soon.
- Step into the shoes of Sakamoto Ryoma in "Like A Dragon: Ishin!"
- Make every decision for your F1 team in "F1 Manager 2023"
- Create and transform your own metropolis in "Cities: Skylines II"
In the world of gaming, there’s always something new and exciting on the horizon. Whether you’re a fan of building cities, assembling a team, or simply looking for your next gaming adventure, we’ve got you covered. Today, we’ve got some updates that will surely pique your interest.
First up, we have “Like A Dragon: Ishin!” available on Cloud, Console, and PC. Step into the shoes of Sakamoto Ryoma as you embark on a quest to avenge your father’s death, clear your name of a wrongful murder accusation, and bring about a revolution that will forever change Japan. This historical adventure is filled with intense swordplay and promises to be a thrilling experience.
If you’re a fan of Formula 1, then mark your calendars for October 19th when “F1 Manager 2023” releases on Cloud, Console, and PC. This game puts you in the driver’s seat as you make every decision for your F1 team, from managing your headquarters to making split-second decisions on the track. The difference between victory and defeat is in your hands.
For all the city-building enthusiasts out there, “Cities: Skylines II” is set to launch on October 24th. This highly anticipated sequel offers a deep simulation experience with a living economy and realistic features. With limitless possibilities, you can create and transform your very own metropolis from the ground up.
Just in time for Halloween, get ready to face your fears with “Dead Space” on Cloud, PC, and XBOX Series X|S. This sci-fi survival horror classic will have you unraveling the dark secrets aboard the USG Ishimura. It’s the perfect game to get you in the spooky spirit.
But that’s not all! We also have a lineup of exciting games coming soon to Game Pass. “Frog Detective: The Entire Mystery” brings three silly mysteries to solve, while “Mineko’s Night Market” takes you on a whimsical adventure in a cozy Japanese-inspired village. And if you’re up for a rhythmic challenge, “Headbangers: Rhythm Royale” puts you in the mind of a pigeon battling it out against others.
If climbing adventures are more your style, then “Jusant” is the game for you. Ascend a mysterious tower, guided by an enigmatic companion, and uncover the tower’s secrets along the way.
In addition to these game releases, we also have some exciting DLC and game updates. EA Sports UFC 5 is offering an early access trial starting on October 24th, giving you a taste of the next evolution in the fight game. And if you’re an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member, don’t miss out on the perks, including 75 days of Crunchyroll Mega Fan access and the Smite Season of Celebration Pack.
Unfortunately, as new games come in, some must leave. Make sure to take advantage of your membership discount to save 20% off your purchase before October 31st on games like “Gunfire Reborn,” “Kill It With Fire,” “Persona 5 Royal,” “Signalis,” and “Solasta Crown of the Magister.”
So while we wait for these exciting releases, let’s dive into some gaming and enjoy the experiences that await us. Be sure to follow us on social media at Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass for more updates. Happy gaming!
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