Forza, Minecraft and more.
Throughout November, Xbox Game Pass for PC will receive at least eight additional titles, ranging from high-budget open world racing to a game about unpacking boxes. Except for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas remastered, almost every game confirmed for the console Game Pass is coming to PC - normally PC's library is a touch lower.
Both the Java and Bedrock editions of Minecraft, as well as Unpacking, the aforementioned indie about unpacking boxes and making things seem pretty, will be available today. On November 4, EA Play will release the surreal cooperative rom-com It Takes Two, as well as Kill It With Fire, a first-person shooter about eradicating spiders in your home (and also destroying your home, so said Chris when he played it).
The most important date is November 9: Forza Horizon 5 comes on the service, which I played last month and can confirm plays very similarly to the other Horizon games—which isn't a terrible thing. Football Manager 2022, if you're more of a pen pusher, will also be released on that day. Finally, on November 11, One Step From Eden will join, which is described as a cross between Slay the Spire and Mega Man: Battle Network.
Final Fantasy VIII, Star Renegades, Streets of Rogue, The Gardens Between, and River City Girls will all be removed from Game Pass on November 15.
It's a terrific moment to explore the service: starting November 3, new Game Pass for PC users can get three months for a single dollar, which is a fairly excellent deal considering the impending release of Halo Infinite. It's $10 / £7.99 / AU$10.95 each month after that.