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Xbox announces next wave of free games

Sam Cawley

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Xbox announces next wave of free games

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Xbox has announced its next line-up of Xbox Game Pass games, and it’s a bit of a strange one in all honesty.

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Xbox Game Pass continues to collect some banger titles for its subscribers, and while this month’s offering isn’t as exciting as the last few there are plenty of games you won’t want to miss while they’re there. Unfortunately the recent line-up has been partially overshadowed, no pun intended, by Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree, the trailer of which dropped this afternoon.

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Back to Xbox Game Pass though, eight games will join the subscription service gradually over the course of the next few weeks. Kicking off the additions are Tales Of Arise and Return Of Grace, which will be shortly followed by Bluey: The Videogame.

Following those titles, a cluster of games will be released back to back over the next few days, including Maneater, Madden NFL 24, Indivisible and Space Engineers. Finally, the line-up will be completed by Warhammer 40k: Boltgun.

As for personal recommendations, Warhammer 40k: Boltgun is definitely worth a try if you’re a fan of the franchise, or if you love Doom games, as it’s basically an OG Doom game with a Warhammer skin over it. Space Engineers is also worth a go if you’re a fan of sandbox games, and Tales Of Arise is a solid RPG if you’re short of those to play.

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That being said, if none of those take your fancy, there are hundreds of other games on Xbox Game Pass you can try instead, and there’s bound to be plenty of new additions over the next few months as the service continues to grow.

There’s also rumour of Xbox Game Pass slowly transitioning into Microsoft Game Pass, making it available on other platforms as Xbox slowly begins to make its games third-party titles.

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S

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