This month's list of Xbox Game Pass titles is actually pretty impressive, ranging from strategy games such as Crusader Kings III to party titles such as The Jackbox Party Pack 4.
Titles added this month include the aforementioned Crusader Kings III (PC, available today), the third entry in the long-running strategy franchise. The same goes for The Jackbox Party Pack 4 (Console, available September 3) which includes minigames such as Fibbage 3, Survive the Internet, and Monster Seeking Monster.
Other included games available September 3 are: Resident Evil 7 Biohazard (Console & PC), Tell Me Why: Chapter Two (Console & PC), Touhou Luna Nights (Console & PC), World War Z (PC). After that you have Star Renegades (PC) available September 8, and a swath of titles coming September 10th: Disgaea 4 Complete+ (PC), Hotshot Racing (Console), Tell Me Why: Chapter Three (Console & PC). There's also Destiny 2: Shadowkeep & Forsaken (Console) coming soon for those who want to try out the expanded Destiny 2 experience. Not bad, eh? There's a little more, with Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition (PC) able to be preinstalled, Drake Hollow (Console, Available Now) is available now, and Grounded's August Content Update has also arrived on the scene and is now available.
Leaving soon for the Xbox Game Pass includes titles such as NBA 2K20 (Console, leaving September 1), Red Dead Redemption 2 (Console, leaving September 7), Gonner: Blueberry Edition (Console & PC, leaving September 15), and Jump Force (Console, leaving September 15)
If you are interested in learning more about the Xbox Game Pass or just want to talk about it, feel free to go down in the comments here and talk about your favorite games, or use the @XboxGamePassPC and @XboxGamePass hashtags on Twitter, or the @xboxgamepass hashtag on Instagram. If you want to try Xbox Game Pass out, it's $1 for the first month, which is pretty nice. If you have the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you have access to both the Console and PC version of Xbox Game Pass, which could definitely come in useful going into the next generation of consoles.
For more information about the Xbox Game Pass for this month, be sure to read the blog post here.
What do you think of this news? Are there any games that you want to try? Do you think Red Dead Redemption 2 left way too early? Let us know in the comments!