Xbox Game Pass July Titles Announced - Undertale, Dead Rising 4, And More

Published: July 4, 2019 9:40 AM /


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July's Xbox Game Pass titles have been announced. Three games will become available to subscribers on July 4th, with a further five coming on July 11th.

It's worth noting that not all of these games are available on the Xbox One. Some of them are exclusive to Xbox Game Pass for PC, meaning you can't play them on your console. Games like Undertale and Unavowed haven't actually come out on Microsoft's console yet, so you can only get them on PC. We'll clearly mark which games you can play on Xbox One and which you can't. Here is the full list of games:

July 4th

  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (Console, PC, Ultimate)
  • My Time at Portia (Console, PC, Ultimate)
  • Undertale (PC, Ultimate)

July 11th

  • Blazing Chrome (Console, PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
  • Dead Rising 4 (Console, PC, Ultimate)
  • LEGO City Undercover (Console, PC, Ultimate)
  • Timespinner (PC, Ultimate)
  • Unavowed (PC, Ultimate)
Here's how it works. If you're an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber, you've got access to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. That means you can play the games marked Xbox Game Pass Ultimate in the above list, but you'll need to do so on a PC since they're not available on Xbox One. Any game marked "Xbox Game Pass for Console" can be played on your Xbox One, and any game marked "Xbox Game Pass for PC" can be played on a Windows 10 machine.

You can currently get a Game Pass Ultimate subscription for a frankly ridiculous price. If you're an Xbox One gamer, it makes a lot of sense to grab this deal. If you're a PC player, you should probably still check out the Game Pass for PC. Microsoft's "Netflix for games" that has been thrown pretty decisively into the ring, and there's some great gaming to be had for not too much at all. You'll need to install the Xbox app, but that's a small price to pay.

Whew! Lots to remember there. I think this is a pretty solid list. Undertale and Timespinner stand out as particular highlights for me. How about you?

Will you play any of these games via Xbox Game Pass? Let us know in the comments below!

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