All The Newly Confirmed Xbox Game Pass Day One Launches


Xbox Game Pass has become an almost essential part of owning one of Microsoft’s consoles, and after the Xbox Showcase last week, that library of games will expand in the months to come with some fascinating new titles. With a combination of first and third-party releases, the number of day one releases scheduled for Game Pass includes the likes of Bethesda’s space-exploration game Starfield, authentic racing with Forza Motorsport, and a dive into Japanese folklore with Capcom’s Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess.

It’s worth noting that the updated list includes games that’ll also be available on PlayStation and through other PC distribution services, and the vast majority of these games don’t have concrete release dates yet:

Upcoming Xbox Game Pass Day One Releases

It’s going to be a busy couple of months for Xbox Game Pass.
  • Starfield — September 6
  • Forza Motorsport — October 10
  • Senua’s Saga Hellblade II
  • Fable — TBA
  • Avowed — 2024
  • Clockwork Revolution — TBA
  • Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess — TBA
  • South of Midnight — TBA
  • Towerborne — TBA
  • Payday 3 — September 21
  • 33 Immortals — TBA
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024 — 2024
  • Cities Skylines II — October 2024
  • Persona 3 Reload — TBA
  • Persona 5 Tactica — TBA
  • Still Wakes the Deep — TBA
  • Dungeons of Hinterberg — 2024
  • Jusant — TBA (Steam demo available now)

New titles are usually added to Xbox Game Pass in waves, with each month typically having two of these waves. Each drop of content also means that other games in the service are cycled out to make space for the new arrivals, with this month seeing the departure of games such as Maneater, Chorus, and more on June 15. For more details on some of these games, you can check out how 33 Immortals combines roguelike action with cooperative raiding, a giant Richard Ayoade in Fable, and how first-person spellcasting works in Avowed.

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