Dungeon crawler/puzzler Loot River is out today while Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising and This War of Mine: Final Cut launch on May 10th.
Streaming at 10 AM PT, it will focus on "amazing titles coming from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and our partners around the world."
F1 2021 and Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered are playable today via the cloud along with Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion.
Journalist Brad Sams says that it's currently expected around "Holiday time of this year" but also that "lots of things are on moving timelines."
Up to five players can access Game Pass's library and play together with a single subscription as per Windows Central's sources.
Ever since the launch of the service in 2017, Xbox Game Pass has added more than 60 GOTY games to its ever-expanding library.
"Thanks to the emergence of game subscription services over the past few years, we feel that it is now possible to make games on a smaller scale," says Tango boss Shinji Mikami.
Steam Deck owners can now access Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming through the Microsoft Edge browser.
To celebrate the upcoming release of Halo TV series, Xbox is offering a free 30 day trial period of Paramount+ for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
Tunic is out now for Xbox consoles and PC, and has also seen a surprise release on both console and PC variants of Game Pass.
Other major additions in the upcoming batch include FAR: Changing Tides, Kentucky Route Zero, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy 13, and more.
Arc System Works and Bandai Namco's gorgeous 2D anime fighter has now joined the ever-growing PC Game Pass library.
Total War: Warhammer 3 will be available via the service day and date at launch, with others like Madden NFL 22 and Alice: Madness Returns also added to the catalog.
Microsoft announces that Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass have collectively amassed over 25 million subscribers to date.
Does Microsoft have enough patience to stick with Xbox Game Pass until it's bringing in money?
Being hostile to indie developers will only make their games not come to PlayStation in the future.
It's time for Microsoft to swing for the fences.
You can make arguments for either side, but one makes more sense than the other.
This also makes the game available via the Microsoft Store.
Services like Live, Game Pass, and Mixer are seeing massive use during the crisis.