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Xbox gamers are about to get a ton of new free games

Xbox gamers are about to get a ton of new free games

May is set to be a lucrative month for Game Pass subscribers

Xbox Game Pass may be one the pricier subscription services, but you do get plenty of bang for your buck.

The service’s upcoming additions have been unveiled and yes, Game Pass subscribers continue to feast well.

First up, we have Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons which landed yesterday on cloud, console, and PC.

If you’re sitting there thinking, ‘I swear I’ve already downloaded that,’ it’s making its grand return to the Game Pass library.

“Solve puzzles, explore the varied locations, and fight boss battles while controlling one brother with each thumb stick,” teases the synopsis.

Today, Chants of Sennaar will also become available on cloud, console, and PC. This one’s perfect for you puzzle lovers.

You’ll play as a Traveler trying to reunite the Peoples of the Tower. There is one problem though … you’re going to have to decipher an ancient language in order to do so.

Tomorrow (16 May), EA Sports NHL 24 lands on cloud via EA Play as does Immortals of Aveum on cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S also via EA Play.

It’ll be interesting to see whether magical first-person shooter Immortals of Aveum takes off now its being widely rolled out across subscription services after it underperformed in terms of pure sales.

This month’s biggest title is perhaps Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II which is set to land on cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S on 21 May.

This is, of course, a day one release and you can already pre-install the game so you’re ready to dive in straight away on launch day.

Take a look at Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II in action below.

On 23 May, subscribers will be able to enjoy day one launch Galacticare on cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S.

“You are the Director of Galacticare, an interstellar healthcare company and quasi-voluntary saviour of the Galaxy (for cash). Build hospitals and recruit staff to satisfy the whims of various alien species and cure their bizarre illnesses. Save the (literal) Galaxy in story mode, or head into sandbox to design the hospital of your dreams,” reads the synopsis.

On the same day, that’ll be joined by day one launch Hauntii on cloud, console and PC. In this puzzle-adventure game, you’ll star as ghost Hauntii as you set off on a quest guided by the mysterious Eternians.

Moving Out 2 is next in line to join on cloud, console, and PC on 28 May followed by puzzler Humanity on cloud, console, and PC on 30 May.

Dark fantasy soulslike Lords of the Fallen will please all of you Elden Ring fans with its addition on 30 May on cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S.

Firework will then become available for PC users only on 4 June, with day one life sim Rolling Hills launching on cloud, console, and PC on the same day.

As for what’s leaving, you don’t have long left to enjoy Chicory: A Colourful Tale, Farworld Pioneers, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle, Pac-man Museum Plus, Little Witch in the Woods, and Railway Empire II.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft, Xbox Game Studios

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