Everyone gather around, it's that time again. Xbox Game Pass is giving us yet more content to enjoy. The subscription service has honestly assured us that we're never going to get through our gaming backlogs with yet another load of quality content, from some older titles to newer ones, so without further ado let's get into the 12 games it's delivering next.
As usual, Xbox Game Pass announced the additions with a tweet and a blog post showing off all the new additions. This time around we've got quite a few planes to fly, battlefields to conquer and even some creepy farming at our disposal - it's all very exciting.
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Here is the full list of the games coming to Xbox Game Pass, their associated platform, and when they'll be arriving on the service:
Now that's a lot of gaming, but which are going to be best suited to you? Well Battlefield V, is coming to Cloud services as part of EA Play, allowing you to fight through World War II on the go. Cris Tales, however, is more of a love letter to classic JRPGs and Atomicrops is a bullet-hell roguelite version of a farming simulator where you can collect cats apparently.
Raji: An Ancient Epic takes you on an adventure with Raji, a young girl destined by the gods to battle demons. Last Stop brings you to London to play as three different individuals facing a huge supernatural event while Blinx: The Time Sweeper is an oldie but a goodie action game celebrating 20 years of Xbox.
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Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge is another older title coming back to celebrate Xbox's anniversary and will take you back to flying planes in an alternative 1930s. Microsoft Flight Simulator almost needs no introduction but the simulator is finally coming to new-gen Xbox consoles.
Lethal League Blaze places you in Shine City where anti-gravity ball is illegal and is now a sport only the underground Lethal League plays - why not get good at it? Omno is a puzzling adventure that will lead you through a lost civilisation and the wonders it holds. Project Wingman is yet another flying game, challenging you to master 20 unique aircraft in intense aerial combat.
And last but not least we have The Ascent, a co-op action shooter with a cyberpunk style where the suffocating mega-corporation that owned everyone just collapsed in on itself. What do you do now?
Well, as you can see, there is a lot on offer during July. It'll be hard to pick what to play first while we slide the rest into our backlog - hopefully we can get to as much of it as possible before we see what Xbox will offer in August.
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