Fresh games have been introduced to Xbox Game Pass for consoles, PC, and cloud gaming

Microsoft has announced the upcoming expansion of the game library for Xbox Game Pass, covering consoles, PC, and cloud gaming.

Those Who Remain (cloud service, console, and PC) has already been added to the service, followed by Turnip Boy Robs a Bank (cloud service, console, and PC) and F1 23 (console and PC, EA Play) starting from January 18.

After that, Palworld (cloud service, console, PC) is expected to be available on January 19, followed by Go Mecha Ball (cloud service, console, and PC) on January 25, and Brotato (cloud service, console, and PC) becoming accessible from January 30.

In February, Game Pass will see the addition of Persona 3 Reload (cloud service, console, and PC) on February 2 and Anuchard (cloud service, console, and PC) on February 6.

Among the games that joined Game Pass earlier in January are Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (cloud service, PC, and Xbox Series X|S), Resident Evil 2 (cloud service, console, and PC), and Close to the Sun (cloud service, console, and PC).

Hitman: World of Assassination (cloud service, console, and PC) will be leaving Game Pass on January 31.

Recently, Microsoft has introduced an option to access the Xbox Game Pass streaming service in exchange for watching advertisements.

On Thursday, the second Xbox and Bethesda Developer Direct event will take place, showcasing the first details of games like Indiana Jones by MachineGames, Avowed by Obsidian, Ara: History Untold by Oxide Games, and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 by Ninja Theory.