Xbox Game Pass – Microsoft is announcing 7 games in its subscription offering in early August.

Calm like a summer morning.

Undeniably, Xbox Game Pass, despite Sony’s push to merge PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now, remains the most popular video game offering right now. But it also happens that the moments are less fantastic. And in the heat of summer, a new set of games to join Microsoft’s subscription offering might seem a little easy.

Already available:

Ghost Recon Wildlands (Console, PC, and Cloud): Gradually, Ubisoft continues to add its catalog to Xbox Game Pass. And after the recent Assassin’s Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, it’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ turn to play the game. Suffice to say, the Bolivian cartel won’t be laughing for long when players unite against it.

From 4 August:

Shenzhen I/O (PC): Even if it’s not well known to the general public, the Zachtronics title remains a game very much appreciated by the community. A community that he will try to expand by joining Game Pass. On the menu is a programming game in which you have to create circuits from components to get to Shenzhen, the world electronics capital. Concept.

Turbo Golf Racing (on Xbox Series X|S, PC and Cloud): Day 1 landing on Microsoft’s subscription offering, Rocket League… oh… sorry… Turbo Golf Racing lets you mix the thrill of golf with the thrill of driving. cars reminiscent of the blockbuster Psyonix. However, the golf course can be very good knowing it’s all about multiplayer and being the fastest.

From August 9:

Two Point Campus (Console, PC, and Cloud): Also available from day one of Xbox Game Pass, this new “sim” from Two Point Studios will this time build the campus of your dreams after seeing the hospital. universe in 2018. Humor is in the background, so it’s about managing from A to Z all the intricacies of a place where education will have to reach new heights … or almost …

From 11 August:

Cooking Simulator (on consoles, PC and the cloud): If you want to get into the kitchen without having to wash the dishes or even the walls for some… why not do it in the world of video games? As, as the name implies, the 100th simulation (a little crazy on occasion), Cooking Simulator will give everyone the opportunity to cook in a good mood, without the risk of food poisoning. So why deprive yourself?

Expeditions: Rome (PC): The holidays are in full swing and you don’t want to leave the house? In this case, it is quite possible to go on an expedition to Rome in a turn-based RPG that combines everything that the universe of Ancient Rome has to offer. And the best thing about it all is that this opus does it with certain qualities.

Offworld Trading Company (PC): Afterwards, if Rome isn’t enough for you, you can go even further as the Mohawk Games title invites you to set foot on Mars at a time when the red planet was colonized. And on this occasion, we will talk about a strategic game, the foundations of which are based on the economy. In a word, to challenge dominance on this planet that excites the dreams of those whose eyes are turned to the stars.

In terms of release, these are the five games that will be removed from Xbox Game Pass on August 15th:

– Boyfriend Dungeon (Console, PC and Cloud)

– Curse of the Dead Gods (Console, PC and Cloud)

– Library of the Ruin (on consoles, PC and in the cloud)

– Starmancer (on PC)

– Train Sim World 2 (Console, PC and Cloud)

Now you know everything about the beginning of August at Xbox Game Pass.


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