The list of games to soon be available on the Xbox Game Pass is here and it looks like Spooktober just got a lot more fun! The official announcement from Xbox says, “It’s not literally raining games (because that would hurt), but what I’m saying is that there are a lot of games.”
From classics to newcomers, the October lineup of the Game Pass has titles across all the platforms out there, including Android devices.
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The Xbox Game Pass becoming available to PC has been one of the best things to happen, as fans claim. Truly, the Game Pass and Game Pass Ultimate feature an exciting lineup of titles in exchange for a $10 monthly subscription fee. Now, although that might sound expensive as a recurring expenditure, the benefits are worth it. Moreover, with EA Play joining hands with the Game Pass sometime this year, the catalog might get a significant buff.
Spooktober just got better with the October lineup of Xbox Game Pass
The lineup opens with a classic that perhaps defines many of our childhoods. Command civilizations across Europe, the Americas, and Asia with stunning 4K Ultra HD graphics in the Age of Empires 3; Definitive Edition. This one is no doubt one of the most celebrated real-time strategy franchises. This edition features a remastered soundtrack as well. AoE3: Definitive Edition will be available on the Game Pass from October 15.
Along with this, the October 15 lineup includes Katana Zero, available on PC, console, and Android devices. This action RPG gets more enjoyable by the minute when you figure out there are multiple ways to finish a mission. Other titles to be available on the same day are:
- Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (Console & PC)
- The Swords of Ditto: Mormo’s Curse (PC)
- Heave Ho (PC)
But wait, there’s more! On the 21st of October, the popular platformer ScourgeBringer (Console) will be coming to the Game Pass. And on the next day, Cricket 19 will become available on the Game Pass catalog.
Xbox knows what the community wants, and the community likes what they see right now. Someone invite Xbox Game Pass to our Halloween party ASAP!