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Xbox dropping 8 games you can download and keep free

Xbox dropping 8 games you can download and keep free

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Xbox Game Pass has just dropped news of eight new games coming to the service that you can download (or stream) and keep with an active subscription.

When it comes to fantastic deals in the video game industry, it doesn't get much better than Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass service. By subscribing, you can have access to hundreds of video games at no additional cost and it even includes Xbox exclusive titles on launch day.

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Some of the upcoming launch games include the likes of Indiana Jones and The Great Circle, Fable, Gears of War: E-Day and much more. However, unless it’s a first-party exclusive, most titles included in Xbox Game Pass come and go on a rational basis, which also means that we regularly get treated to a new flurry of games.

This week, Microsoft announced the next eight games that are coming to Xbox Game Pass this month and it includes:

  • Journey to the Savage Planet (Console, PC and Cloud) - 3 July
  • Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 (Console, PC and Cloud) - 3 July
  • Cricket 24 (Console, PC and Cloud) - 9 July
  • The Case of the Golden Idol (Console, PC and Cloud) - 9 July
  • Neon White (Console, PC and Cloud) - 11 July
  • Tchia (Xbox Series X/S, PC and Cloud) - 11 July
  • Magic Delicacy (Console, PC and Cloud) - 16 July
  • Flock (Console, PC and Cloud) - 16 July

It’s also worth keeping in mind that the following games will be leaving Xbox Game Pass on 15 July 2024: Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly, Figment 2: Creed Valley, Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion, The Wandering Village and TOEM.

As always, we’ll keep you posted when the next batch of Xbox Game Pass titles are announced as well as the new inclusions to Sony’s PlayStation Plus subscription service.

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