If you've been raring to play the Vampire Survivors console version debuting this month, then you're in luck. The horde-slaying roguelite is coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one, and there are a bunch of other great games on their way to the service this month as well.
It's no surprise that Microsoft wants Vampire Survivors for Xbox Game Pass; the game is already playable on PC Game Pass, after all, and it's also October's most popular Steam Deck game, so it's clear the, ahem, thirst for the game hasn't died down. It'll arrive on Xbox consoles via Game Pass on November 10th, and you'll also be able to buy it if you're not a subscriber.
That's not all, of course. Starting today, sidescroller The Legend of Tianding is available on Game Pass for PC, consoles, and cloud gaming, and if you're a PC subscriber, you can also check out Telltale's The Walking Dead: A New Frontier and Michonne. Later this month, atmospheric 2D adventure Ghost Song is landing on Game Pass, as well as Football Manager 2023 and a rather unexpected point-and-click arrival.
That's right: revivalist adventure game Return to Monkey Island, which TechRaptor rather liked, is coming to Game Pass on November 8th. You can also look forward to Obsidian's pen-and-ink RPG Pentiment on November 15th, as well as sci-fi experience Somerville on November 15th. More games are arriving on Game Pass this month, of course, but we'll likely find out what they are in a week or two.
Naturally, as is the way of all things, some games are departing Xbox Game Pass this month as well. Here's everything you won't be able to play on the service from November, so make sure to get your money's worth or buy these games before they leave game pass and no longer have a discount for subscribers.
- Football Manager 2022 (November 8th)
- Art of Rally (November 15th)
- Fae Tactics (November 15th)
- Next Space Rebel (November 15th)
- One Step from Eden (November 15th)
- Supraland (November 15th)
It's a busy month for Xbox Game Pass, so make sure to pick up a subscription if you're in the market for any of these games. You can also take a look at the official Xbox blog announcement for the November lineup to read more about the titles on offer.