A full Xbox Game Pass game list has been unveiled by Microsoft, showing off everything you’ll be able to rent and play when the service becomes available on June 1. If you’re a member of the Xbox Live Gold crowd, however, you’ll have a week of free early access.
The games are many and varied, ranging from shooters to adventures to puzzles and more. For ten dollars a month, players will be able to rent any game on that list, downloading them onto your hard drive so that you don’t run the risk of losing visual fidelity when your connection slows down.
Not to mention the 112 games on the Xbox Game Pass game list aren’t even all that are going to be put on it. While the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list has several hundred other games in it, Game Pass still has a lot of potential.
As of May 24, the list includes the following, and these are only a few of the available games:
A Kingdom for Keflings, Resident Evil 0, Borderlands, Bound By Flame, Dark Void, Gears of War 3, Farming Simulator 15, Double Dragon Neon, Fable 3, Layers of Fear, Soulcalibur, Halo 5: Guardians, Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie, Viva Pinata, Bioshock, Bioshock 2, XCOM: Enemy Within, Metal Slug 3, and more.
All of these games come from a variety of different Xbox consoles, ranging from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One. So, if you’ve been wanting a game, but don’t want to pay 60 dollars for something you’ll only play once, or waste money buying a game you’ll end up hating. After all, ten dollars a month is way better than a wasted 60 dollars that you’ll not only not be able to get back, but also will be spent on a bad game.
So, if the Xbox Game Pass game list looks good to you, just wait until June 1 to try it out yourself!