It’s a new month today, and Microsoft is wasting no time in letting us know what games are coming to Xbox Game Pass in the next couple of weeks.
There’s a good mix of big hitters and indie games coming to Game Pass this November. Of course, we have Forza Horizon 5 to look forward to; as a first party Xbox game it’ll be available on Game Pass on the day it comes out, 9th November. Also coming to Game Pass on launch day is Football Manager 2022.
As we reported last week, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition is also coming to Xbox Game Pass, though you’ll have to wait until 11th November for that.
What we’re perhaps most excited about, though, is It Takes Two. This excellent co-op only game from Hazelight Studios will be available on Xbox Game Pass from this Thursday, 4th November. And if you are yet to play it, you’re in for a treat. It tells the story of a married couple, inadvertently turned into tiny dolls, as they must work together to navigate through a series of puzzles and obstacles. It’s beautiful and brilliant – give our review a read here.
Everything Coming to Xbox Game Pass in The Next Two Weeks:
So, here’s a round-up of everything landing on Gams Pass between today and 11th November:
- Minecraft: Java and Bedrock Editions (2nd November; PC)
- Unpacking (2nd November; console, cloud and PC)
- It Takes Two (4th November; console, cloud and PC)
- Kill it With Fire (4th November; console, cloud and PC)
- Football Manager 2022 (9th November; console, cloud and PC)
- Forza Horizon 5 (9th November; console, cloud and PC)
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition (11th November; console)
- One Step from Eden (11th November; console and PC)
What’s Leaving Game Pass Soon?
With every new drop of games comes the news that some titles are leaving Xbox Game Pass. The following titles will be leaving the subscription service on 15th November:
- Final Fantasy VIII HD
- Planet Coaster
- Star Renegades
- Streets of Rogue
- The Gardens Between
- River City Girls
You’ve still got two weeks left to play them. Or you can purchase them at a discounted rate to keep them in your library forever.