Xbox announces that two titles will be added to PC Game Pass in the coming weeks, one in June and the other in early July.
Xbox continues to support its subscription service and put it at the forefront of the company’s marketing, with much of the Xbox ecosystem being built on Game Pass. These next two games for PC Game Pass are the latest in a long line of frequently added titles to bolster the impressive roster under the Game Pass banner. In August alone, Xbox has three titles coming on day one of Game Pass.
The first of two titles added to PC Game Pass is Total War: Three Kingdoms, which was originally released in 2019 and will arrive on June 21 on the service. The total war The series has been around for two decades, bringing high-quality strategy games to PC gamers. Total War: Three Kingdoms sends players to China as they attempt to build an empire.
The second game on offer will be coming to PC Game Pass on July 5, and that game will be BBS last call. It was announced that BBS last call will be the latest game from developer Zachtronics. The game is a mix of several puzzle mini-games, some new and some that helped create previous titles in the Zachtronics catalog.
On the back of the Xbox and Bethesda storefront, Game Pass appears to be moving forward. Both of the aforementioned titles can serve as something to play while waiting for the games that were revealed and showcased during the Xbox showcase.
In the run-up to the conferences, there was a lack of exclusives coming from Xbox for the rest of 2022. However, a few hours of footage spread over two days fixed that. One of these games is the weird and wonderful aspect Raised on lifea first-person shooter from the creators of the hit TV series rick and morty. In the not-too-distant future, there’s also the long-awaited star field to look forward to, which is currently scheduled for the first half of 2023.
Xbox is certainly emphasizing Game Pass, and Microsoft might even think such an approach is needed more than ever. For instance. Sony has already started recently releasing its new tiered system for PS Plus, and Xbox will have to get used to having some competition.
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