The rollout of new game releases on the Xbox Game Pass service continues. Following a large set of new releases earlier in June, Microsoft has announced even more games for players on both Xbox One and PC. Game Pass is now available on the two platforms, but with their own independent libraries – although there is some crossover in these new releases. Here's what to look for over the next week.
First, on June 20, Xbox One players get access to Resident Evil: Revelations and Rare Replay. The laughter is particularly noticeable, as it's not a single game – it's a compilation of Rare's work over decades, which includes retro games from the ZX Spectrum to games that appeared on the N64 like Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark to Xbox 360 games like Viva Pinata. It is a bit of a scare for your Game Pass Buck.
Then on June 27, PC Game users will get RPG Torment: Tides of Numenera, and both PC and Xbox One subscribers will get Goat Simulator, the wacky action game where you wreak havoc as a goat.
This is the exciting Game Pass lineup that was unveiled during E3 earlier this month. That brought games like Metro Exodus, Hollow Knight, and many more to the service; You can play all of those right now.
As Microsoft notes, these games are available through individual Game Pass subscriptions for PC or console, but all of them together with a Game Pass Ultimate subscription. This includes both the PC and the console. It usually costs $ 1
well. Next Up Hero will be gone as of June 27. Then, on June 30, it will retire in half a dozen others, including Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. You can see the full list of departures below. If you want to stay on any of those games, grab them now while they're still on Game Pass for a 20% discount.
Xbox Game Pass In June [X659009] ] June 20
- Rare Replay (Xbox One)
- Resident Evil: Revelations (Xbox One)
- Goat Simulator (PC, Xbox One)  Torment: Tides of Numenera (PC)