Other additions include Riders Republic, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Dishonored: Definitive Edition, and many more.
The version on Game Pass looks closer to a remaster than a simple port job.
Dishonored Definitive Edition, Doom 64, The Evil Within, and more will debut on the service.
Recent Microsoft Store listings could hint at their addition to Game Pass.
Please announce The Evil Within 3, Mikami-san.
1080p, this time for real.
Keeper of executions.
And it plays in first person!
Check out the launch trailer inside.
Love it or hate it, this season pass is good value for money.
Finally a release date.
Bethesda came through!
Maybe this is what their E3 conference will be about!
Full DLC plans for the game in 2015 revealed.
Get all the thrills and chills here without having to play the game.
Lets you play the first three chapters of the game.
Keep working at it folks.
Albeit this is not as bad as the Left 4 Dead 2 Australian censorship fiasco.
But guess who still holds on to number 1?
Bethesda tells you exactly how to do it.
It wants out. And it's angry.
Great, but not revolutionary.
There's no where safe in the demented world of Shinji Mikami's psychological horror.
Bethesda confirms debug commands for unlocking frame-rate and aspect ratio.
Hello darkness, my old friend.
Almost as terrifying as the game itself.
Retreat to your happy place. The Evil Within is coming.
I need my security blanket.
50 GB install space also required.
Mikami's newest horror game has finished development.
Releasing in Japan on October 23rd.
Shinji Mikami's psychological horror title will now be out in Europe on the same day as North America.
What was that sound? I don't like it...
Depending on play style and difficulty of course.
Including the dreaded Boxman.
Foreign versions to release with heaps of gore included.
Look forward to the terrifying experience on from October 21st onwards.
Shinji Mikami continues unravelling the various layers of horror for his upcoming title.
Bethesda's upcoming horror title gets prequel comic series.
Everything is out to get you in this latest trailer.
Dishonored, Wolfenstein and The Evil Within.
Things are looking good...and creepy.
But industry veteran Shinji Mikami still manages.
The Evil Within looks downright evil.
The Evil Within director doesn't see the point of making two versions of the game.
Good night, and good luck.
Fall further into madness with this new trailer.
Pete Hines tells it like it is.
Pete Hines states that the console "is not on our radar" in the near-term.
VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines isn't sure that'll change down the line, either.
Shinji Mikami talks about Kinect observing one's heartbeat and facial expressions could add to the horror genre.
New footage of Mikami's horror game shown off.
Mikami talks about bringing horror back to the genre of survival horror.
Check out some amazing wallpapers for The Evil Within.
True successor to Resident Evil 4?
For next gen consoles as well.
A new Wolfenstein or something else entirely?
Could id's Nazi-killing FPS be returning for one last hurrah?
[caption id="attachment_83464" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Click to enlarge"][/caption] Tango Gameworks and director Shinji Mikami are working on a ‘survival horror’ game under the... Read More