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Subnautica Below Zero, Sable and more come to Game Pass

Microsoft is continuing to add new titles to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service. While the second half of September won’t see any major titles added, there is plenty coming to the service, offering a little something for everyone.

The full list of titles coming to Game Pass during the second half of September:

  • Flynn [Console, PC & Cloud] – 15th Sept
  • I Am Fish [Console, PC & Cloud] – 16th Sept
  • SkateBird [Console, PC & Cloud] – 16th Sept
  • Superliminal [Console, PC & Cloud] – 16th Sept
  • Aragami 2 [Console, PC & Cloud] – 17th Sept
  • Lost Words [Console, PC & Cloud] – 23rd Sept
  • Sable [Console, PC & Cloud] – 23rd Sept
  • Subnautica Below Zero [Console, PC & Cloud] – 23rd Sept
  • Tainted Grail [PC] – 23rd Sept
  • Lemnis Gate [Console & PC] – 28th Sept
  • Astria Ascending [Console, PC & Cloud] – 30th Sept
  • Unsighted [Console & PC] – 30th Sept
  • Phoenix Point [Console]​ – 1st Oct

As always, a number of games will also be leaving the service at the end of the month, namely:

  • Drake Hollow (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Ikenfell (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Night in the Woods (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Kathy Rain (PC)
  • Warhammer Vermintide II (Cloud and Console)

While the list of additions doesn’t feature any mind melting titles, it continues the trend of Game Pass offering a strong selection of games which people can download and play at their leisure. Titles such as Superliminal, Subnautica and Sable are all games which were well-received and had a moderate level of anticipation attached to them. And with so many of the titles now being playable through the cloud, you need not even waste your internet bandwidth to figure out whether these games are for you or not – you simply play.

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