Xbox Game Pass: New games in July 2021 for console and PC & upcoming departures

Xbox Game Pass: New games in July 2021 for console and PC & upcoming departures

Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft is updating the list of new games in the Xbox Game Pass for July 2021. The game flat rate for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC and Cloud will also be extended to include new titles over the coming days and weeks. Battlefield 5 (cloud) and Cris Tales (cloud, console and PC) are available now. Atomicops, Raji: An Ancient Epic and Last Stop will follow on July 22nd (all for cloud, console and PC). Shortly after, on July 26th, Blinx: The Time Sweeper and Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge will be available in Xbox Game Pass - for cloud and console. The latter combines dogfights with the style of a Hollywood movie. An alternative world from the 1930s is about dark intrigues and breathtaking air battles against air pirates and giant war zeppelins.

A highlight awaits you on July 27th, when Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 takes off in Xbox Game Pass. Flight simulation is available to Game Pass members on Xbox Series X / S (buy now € 475.00). The new games that will be released in July via Microsoft's game flat rate include Omno and Project Wingman.

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New games in Xbox Game Pass

Now available - Battlefield V (Cloud) EA Play Now available - Cris Tales (cloud, console and PC) [email protected] July 22nd - Atomicrops (cloud, console and PC) [email protected] July 22nd - Raji: An Ancient Epic (cloud, console and PC) [email protected ] July 22nd - Last Stop (cloud, console and PC) [email protected] July 26th - Blinx: The Time Sweeper (cloud and console) July 26th - Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (cloud and console) July 27th - July - Microsoft Flight Simulator (Series X | S) July 29 - Lethal League Blaze (cloud, console and PC) [email protected] July 29 - Omno (cloud, console and PC) [email protected] July 29 - Project Wingman (PC) [email protected] July 29 - The Ascent (cloud, console and PC) [email protected]

Departures in July 2021

July 31 - It Lurks Below (console and PC) 31. July - The Touryst (cloud, console and PC) July 31 - Undermine (cloud, console and PC)

A Bunch Of Great Indie Games Are Coming To Game Pass

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The Ascent.

Pour one out for my backlog and maybe yours, too. Arguably too many promising indie games are coming to Xbox Game Pass. Also, Microsoft Flight Sim will finally lift off on console, at least for those with next-gen Xboxes. Here’s everything coming to Game Pass over the next few weeks.

July 20

  • Battlefield V (Cloud, via EA Play)
  • Cris Tales (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • July 22

  • Atomicrops (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Last Stop (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Blinx: The Time Sweeper (Cloud, Console)
  • Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (Cloud, Console)
  • July 27

  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (Console, Xbox Series X/S-only)
  • July 29

  • Lethal League Blaze (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Omno (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Project Wingman (PC)
  • The Ascent (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Today sees the launch of Cris Tales. Last year, the freakin’ gorgeous turn-based RPG popped up amid a crop of demos on Xbox. The ballyhooed time manipulation mechanics were no doubt neat, but the demo was a bit too brief to meaningfully flesh out how they worked, so I’m keen to hop into the full game to see if remains interesting over the course of the whole game.

    On Thursday, Raji: An Ancient Epic, a terrific action-platformer steeped in Hindu mythology, launches as well. That’s joined by Last Stop, a sharply written adventure game from the makers of the mystery game Virginia. Earlier this year, I had a chance to play through—and was impressed by—Last Stop’s opening hours. (Full disclosure: I’m currently playing the full game right now but can’t tell you what it’s like just yet.)

    This is all rounded out by The Ascent, an isometric cyberpunk shooter that was planned as an Xbox Series X/S launch title but was delayed just weeks before its release. The Ascent sports local co-op, apparently, so even if it blows, I’ll probably sink a gazillion hours into it.

    As always, whenever Microsoft adds to the Game Pass library, it prunes the list, too. The following games will leave the Game Pass library on July 31:

  • It Lurks Below (Console, PC)
  • The Touryst (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • UnderMine (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • RIP UnderMine, which we just added to our list of the best games on Xbox Game Pass.

    Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s games-on-demand service. It’s $10 a month. The $15 a month “Ultimate” tier, meanwhile, grants you a number of perks, including an Xbox Live Gold subscription and bundled-in access to the EA Play library.

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