You know the drill! New month means new games for Xbox’s Game Pass Platform. We have 8 of them this time around, and a good number of them are day 1 titles. Check out the titles below, and don’t forget we have an article talking about Game Pass vs PlayStation Plus, so you can decide which is the better option.
Disney Dreamlight Valley: Founder’s Edition
Join your favorite Disney and Pixar characters in this life-sim/adventure game hybrid. The game is still in Early Access, if we go by the Steam Page, and the Founder’s Edition is what lets you, well, access it, while also providing exclusive rewards and in-game currency.
Available right now on Cloud, Console, and PC as a Day 1 title.
Zachtronics has put a large portion of their catalogue on Game Pass recently, and Opus Magnum is the latest to join the fray. This an open-ended puzzle game where you must build machines that assemble various potions, poisons, and more, while being as effective as possible.
Available right now on PC.
Train Sim World 3
Have you ever wanted to be a train conductor, but then remembered no one uses them anymore? Well, now’s your chance, with Train Sim World 3. The game boasts 3 highly-detailed routes, 9 different locomotives, and a dynamic weather system.
Available right now on Console and PC as a Day 1 title.
The latest in the GRID franchise from Codemasters and EA. This is the first game in the series to include a career mode, inspired by the Netflix documentary Formula 1: Drive to Survive.
Available right now on Console and PC for Ultimate subscribers as part of EA Play.
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
Massive-scale real-time strategy game set in SPAAAACE! Command armies on a dynamic battlefield, either in single-player campaigns or in multiplayer combat with your friends.
Available on PC on September 13th.
DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace
An on-rail shooter (think Star Fox 64) starring the most pivotal characters in the DC universe, Batman and Superman’s canine companions. Play as Krypto the Superdog and Ace the Bathound in an effort to stop Lex Luthor from kidnapping all the pets in Metropolis. He also once stole 40 cakes. And that’s terrible!
Available on Cloud, Console, and PC on September 13th.
You Suck at Parking
Also, there’s a game called You Suck at Parking coming to Game Pass. The game is an isometric racer, which is a rare occurrence these days. The point of the game is to navigate an obstacle course, while trying to figure out how to park your car perfectly. Once the car stops, it won’t start again.
Available on Cloud, Console, and PC on September 14th as a Day 1 title.
A rogue-like tactics army battler where you guide an army of puny humans trough various levels to defeat Spot, the final boss. You have a variety of weapons and mutations to equip your armies with to help them make it through the hordes of monsters who want to terminate them.
Available on Console and PC on September 15th as a Day 1 title.
While playing the Doom games, have you ever bobbed your head in rhythm to the music? Well, that’s part of the gameplay in Metal: Hellsinger, a shooter that asks you to synchronize your gunshots with the music in order to finish off the demons trying to kill you.
Available on Series X|S and PC on September 15th as a Day 1 title.
DLC, Game Updates, and Ultimate Perks
The following DLC are available beginning today, unless otherwise specified.
- Dead by Daylight: Resident Evil: Project W – The W stands for Wesker, who is a new Killer in the game. There are also two new Survivors, Ada Wong and Rebecca Chambers.
- Grounded: The Home Stretch Update – The last major update before the game is released on September 27th.
- The Elder Scrolls Online: Lost Depths – Two new dungeons added to the game. The DLC is available on Xbox consoles.
- Halo Infinite: The Yappening Event – An event focusing on the Grunt warlord, YapYap. This is a one-time event that lasts for 2 weeks, and is coupled with a 10-tier Event Pass for players.
- Fallout 76: The Pitt – A DLC that will take players to the titular Pitt. Available September 13th.
The following cosmetics are available to Ultimate subscribers:
- Rumbleverse – Smash Boxer Pack, available now
- Dead by Daylight – The Legion & Yui Outfits, available September 8th
- Need for Speed Payback – DLC Content Pack, available September 13th
- Warframe – Twin Grakatas Jade Bundle, available September 15th
Leaving Game Pass
As per usual, a number of games will leave the service on September 15th, and it’s quite a large number this time. If you have any unfinished business in those titles, now’s the time to get to them.
- A Plague Tale: Innocence (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Aragami 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Craftopia (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Final Fantasy XIII (Console and PC)
- Flynn: Son of Crimson (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- I Am Fish (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Lost Words: Beyond the Page (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Mighty Goose (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- SkateBird (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- The Artful Escape (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Which of these titles are you most excited to try out? Let us know down below!
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