Microsoft has uncovered the most recent bunch of games coming to Xbox Game Pass, with one more great determination of titles huge, little, old and new joining the membership administration through the final part of August 2022.
Most strikingly is the expansion of Immortals Fenyx Rising, the legendary open world game from Ubisoft, while there’s likewise the very beginning deliveries into Game Pass for Midnight Fight Express, Immortality, Commandos 3 and Tinykin.
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Here’s the rundown:
- Midnight Fight Express (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected] – August 23 (Day One on Game Pass)
- Exapunks (PC) [email protected] – August 25
- Opus: Echo of Starsong – Full Bloom Edition (Console and PC) – August 25
- Commandos 3 – HD Remaster (Cloud, Console, and PC) – August 30 (Day One on Game Pass)
- Immortality (Cloud, PC, Xbox Series X|S) [email protected] – August 30 (Day One on Game Pass)
- Immortals Fenyx Rising (Cloud, Console, and PC) – August 30
- Tinykin (Console and PC) [email protected] – August 30 (Day One on Game Pass)
The clear main event here is Immortals Fenyx Rising, which emerged at the last part of 2020 and was a somewhat decent wind on Ubisoft’s cliché open world tricks – it positively took a tad of motivation from Breath of the Wild, however blended it in jest portrayal for the story.
In our Immortals Fenyx Rising review, Aran said:
“Putting the obvious parallels to one side, Immortals Fenyx Rising is a thoroughly enjoyable game. The main character is very likeable, and the humour between the characters is great, while the Golden Isle looks fantastic and is filled with content without also feeling overwhelming. It takes a while for the combat to grow, and the end portion of the game drags on, but if you want a fun and compact open world game then Immortals Fenyx Rising is well worth playing.”
Beyond that, there’s a lot of new independent games jumping into the index of Xbox Game Pass games. 12 PM Fight Express has developed a head of steam, specifically, catching our eye from its appearing during Summer Game Fest in June.
Jim went hands on with Midnight Fight Express, saying:
“Fierce, frenetic bouts of close quarters combat are this game’s bread and butter, each stage serving up a set menu of high octane brawls. Midnight Fight Express lays out some duelling basics before gradually layering on new moves and mechanics. Within a matter of minutes you’ll go from using Babyface’s first combo to mastering makeshift weapons and performing deadly finishers in a satisfyingly brutal ballet.”
Earlier this month, Microsoft given out a fairly unique arrangement of games, with Two Point Campus and Turbo Golf Racing joined by you back list arrival of Ghost Recon Wildlands by Ubisoft. Figure out the full reach from the first half of August’s Xbox Game Pass line up here.
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