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Xbox Game Pass reportedly set to gain one of June's biggest RPGs

Xbox Game Pass reportedly set to gain one of June's biggest RPGs

We didn't see this coming

My oh my, this would be quite the steal for Xbox if true.

The debate over which subscription service is better – PlayStation Plus or Xbox Game Pass – still rages.

Yet, Xbox could be about to win after reports of it bagging one of June’s most anticipated RPGs have come to light.

We already know Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 is coming to Game Pass upon launch, but this is something else entirely.

According to ComicBook Gaming, an Instagram post by publisher Atlus for the upcoming Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance included the Game Pass logo.

Check out the trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance below

What is more, said post was swiftly removed.

This might be proven to mean nothing, or it could have been a sneak peek reveal that Game Pass is about to score a big win.

We already know that Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance is coming to Xbox when it launches next month on 14 June. However, the presence of the Game Pass logo suggests it might be a free game for members.

Of course, the logo could be hinting that the game will eventually become part of the Game Pass family several months down the line.

Unfortunately, without any form of confirmation from Atlus regarding this social media blunder, we have little else save speculation to fuel our curiosity.

After all, this could have simply been a design mistake, as suggested on Reddit.

User BRTruV shared a screenshot of another user stating that “Atlus confirmed” that it was nothing more than a “template mistake”.

One could argue the matter is settled then. And yet, not all fans are convinced that this was a mere accident.

All that remains is for us to wait until launch day to see if Atlus’ RPG is indeed part of Game Pass or not. It’s not an elegant solution, but it's by far the simplest and most readily available.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

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