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Xbox Game Pass Outlines Rest of September's Games, Gets More Games Today

Published: September 19, 2019 4:00 PM



Are you interested in more games? Microsoft has outlined the rest of the month's new entries to the Xbox Game Pass, and it seems like subscribers will have quite a few interesting choices.

Starting today, both Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers can play Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. This Kickstarter success story is styled after Castlevania games and got a very good reception on launch. You can read our review of it here. Xbox One owners can also grab Jump Force, the anime fighting game that sees heroes from different cartoons team up and fight each other. We have a review of that as well. PC owners instead get Shadow Warrior 2, the looter shooter sequel to the remake of the original game. Once again, we have a review of this one.


The second batch of games comes in on September 26th, although oddly enough they're all only set to only go on the Xbox Game Pass and no PC games have been announced. The first of the games is Bad North: Jotunn Edition. This strategy game combines tower defense with rogue-lite by having you order troops around to fight off invading hoards. The second game added that day is Dirt Rally 2.0, a racing game where you'll be driving fancy cars off road. Finally, you'll also get LEGO Worlds, a creative building game where you'll be making the LEGO environment of your dreams, or at least something close to it.

Xbox Game Pass is available right now on Xbox One and PC. It costs $9.99 a month on Xbox, and $4.99 a month on PC until it gets out of beta.


How do you feel about this new batch of games? Going to grab any of them? Is the Xbox Game Pass basically the greatest deal in gaming? Let us know in the comments below!

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