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PUBG, Celeste and more come to Xbox Game Pass

In an effort to keep pushing its Game Pass service, Microsoft continually adds new titles to its game subscription service. For the remainder of October, and the first half of November, Microsoft has announced that over a dozen games are set to join the service, including PUBG and Five Nights at Freddy’s, to name a few.

The full list of games set to join Game Pass is as follows:

  • Carto (Console & PC) – October 27
  • Day of the Tentacle Remastered (Console & PC) – October 29
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s (Android, Console & PC) – October 29
  • Full Throttle Remastered (Console & PC) – October 29
  • Grim Fandango Remastered (Console & PC) – October 29
  • PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (Android) – October 29
  • ScourgeBringer (Android) – October 29
  • Unruly Heroes (Android, Console & PC) – October 29
  • Celeste (Android, Console & PC) – November 5
  • Comanche (PC) – November 5
  • Deep Rock Galactic (Android, Console & PC) – November 5
  • Eastshade (Android, Console & PC) – November 5
  • Knights and Bikes (Console & PC) – November 5
  • Ark: Survival Evolved: Explorer’s Edition (Android, Console & PC) – November 17

As always, Microsoft giveth and Microsoft taketh away. In just a few days, a number of the titles currently available on Game Pass will be removed. The games set to leave the service on the 30th of October are:

  • After Party (Console)
  • LEGO Star Wars III (Console)
  • Rise & Shine (Console)
  • Tacoma (Console & PC)
  • The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game (Console & PC)  
  • The Red Strings Club (PC)

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