Microsoft has already revealed the games coming to Xbox Game Pass in early September. Disney Dreamlight Valley is the game that leads a list of 8 most varied titles.
Xbox Game Pass continues to grow in terms of games that are added to its already extensive catalog. Microsoft’s favorite subscription service receives the first of two batches of monthly games.
With the start of the month of September, Game Pass has already confirmed which 8 games are or will be available to its users in just a few days. Here we leave you the complete list headed by Disney Dreamlight Valley:
- Disney Dreamlight Valley: Founder’s Edition (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available Now
- Opus Magnum (PC) ID@Xbox – Out Now
- Train Sim World 3 (Console and PC) – Available Now
- Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation (PC) – September 13
- DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace (Cloud, Console and PC) – September 13
- You Suck at Parking (Cloud, Console and PC) ID@Xbox – September 14
- Despot’s Game (Console and PC) ID@Xbox – September 15
- Metal: Hellsinger (PC and Xbox Series X|S) ID@Xbox – September 15
With a catalog of hundreds of titles, Game Pass is your best option to play these days if you want to spend little money.
In addition to all this carousel of games, Game Pass subscribers also get monthly advantages and extras in a good number of titles such as Dead by Daylight: The Legion & Yui Outfits, Need for Speed Payback: DLX Content Pack or Rumbleverse: Smash Boxer pack.
Finally, it has also been revealed the games that leave Game Pass as of the next 15 of September. There are a few of great caliber, so if you haven’t been able to enjoy them yet, you’d better hurry up.
- A Plague Tale: Innocence (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Aragami 2 (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Craftopia (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Final Fantasy XIII (Console and PC)
- Flynn: Son of Crimson (Cloud, Console and PC)
- I Am Fish (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Lost Words: Beyond the Page (Cloud, Console and PC)
- Mighty Goose (Cloud, Console and PC)
- SkateBird (Cloud, Console and PC)
- The Artful Escape (Cloud, Console and PC)
Of course, don’t hesitate to Get to know Disney Dreamlight Valley in depth to find out if it is a game for you by taking a look at our review fresh from the oven, in which we have decided to rate this life simulator as follows:
If quiet, collecting and exploration-oriented experiences are your thing, this will be like a theme park for you. Of course, do not expect strong emotions, just the pleasure of discovering more and more.