That Xbox Game Pass offers its users a variety of fresh games is nothing new, but with each new title reveal, players may be surprised by what is available on the service and thus decide whether it is worth keeping or purchasing the game. The games are made available from the moment of the official launch for the enjoyment of fans and the library is about to increase, with another four set to join the lineup this month.
Day One Releases of the Month for Xbox Game Pass Reach Four Titles This Time
The Xbox Game Pass release catalog for the second half of September was announced by Microsoft and reached the mark of four titles that will arrive at the beginning of October, and some of them attract a certain amount of attention from players. This shows Xbox’s commitment to continue delivering attractive projects to buyers, which is not just from goodness, but to keep and attract more and more gamers.
The highly praised Lies of P, a Souls-style game based on the story of Pinocchio that was recently involved in a controversy related to political slogans being removed from the game, and Party Animals, a Battle Royale where players become animals that fight each other until only one remains (or a team of them) are two of the examples of what Microsoft will bring to its loyal buyers who subscribe to the Xbox service.
Payday 3, a cooperative heist FPS in New York, arrives on September 21st and is another of the Day One releases, as well as Cocoon on September 29th, which is the latest project from Jeppe Carlsen, the lead designer of Limbo and Inside and a mystery puzzle game with a “world-leaping” mechanic. Gotham Knights and The Lamplighter’s League were also revealed by Microsoft as Day One releases and will both arrive on October 3rd.
On the other hand, when one door opens, another closes and several other games also leave the Xbox Game Pass catalog this September. Discounting new arrivals, the library will lose nine games in total per month. Furthermore, this month, which is coming to an end, was vital for Microsoft’s service with the huge launch of Starfield and Game Pass Core, which significantly affected the Xbox ecosystem in general.
Even so, whether you’re excited about the new games or disappointed by the negative balance of the service’s library, it’s still not certain that there won’t be surprises at the end of September and October, which hasn’t even started yet, mainly because Microsoft warned that its fans would be waiting for new ones. announcements regarding Game Pass at the Tokyo Game Show event, which takes place on September 21st.
Briefly, Lies of P, Party Animals, Gotham Knights, The Lamplighter’s League, Payday 3, and Cocoon are the additions from the second wave of Day One releases coming to Xbox Game Pass in the coming days.
What do you think about this? Do you have access to the Xbox Game Pass? What other games would you like to see on the service? Let us know in the comments!