Microsoft has just unveiled the list of new games coming to Xbox Game Pass by the end of August 2022. As usual, there will be something for everyone, from an open world set in Greek mythology to a narrative adventure and well pissed off street fights.
After the arrival of Gunvolt and Expedition Rome on the Game Pass at the beginning of August 2022, Microsoft has just unveiled the list of new titles coming to its gaming service before the end of the month. “It’s always nice to tell you about new titles coming to Xbox Game Pass – every time we know we’re going to make someone happy.” ensures Microsoft on its official blog.
Before going into detail, remember that Microsoft is currently testing its new Xbox Game Pass family subscription. This unique formula will allow four players to take advantage of the platform’s catalog via a single account. While waiting for the final arrival of this new offer, let’s see what new games are coming to Game Pass before August 30, 2022.
List of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in August 2022
Here is the detailed list of new games announced by the Redmond firm:
- Coffee Talk (Cloud, console & PC) – Available
- Midnight Fight Express (cloud, console & PC) – August 23
- Exapunks (PC) – August 25
- Opus: Echo of Starsong Full Bloom Edition (console & PC) – August 25
- Commandos 3 HD Remaster (cloud, console & PC) – August 30
- Immortality (cloud, PC, Xbox Series X/S) – August 30
- Immortal Fenyx Rising (cloud, console & PC) – August 30
- Tinikyn (console & PC- – August 30
Among this new batch, we warmly recommend that you try Midnight Fight Express. This fighting game, made by a single developer, is intended to be a tribute to Hong Kong action films of the 80s. Here, you will have to fight against the underworld of your city using your fists and everything what surrounds you. The title stands out from the crowd with quality animations, all carried by a brutal electro soundtrack.
Old-school RTS nostalgia can pounce on Commandos 3 HD Remaster, a redesign of the famous strategy game released in the 90s. You will be able to enjoy reworked textures and 3D models as well as improved controls and interface. Finally, fans of the open world with Ubisoft sauce can try the adventure ofImmortal Fenyx Rising. Despite its obvious similarities with a certain Zelda Breath of the Wildthe title manages to stand out thanks to efficient and well-oiled gameplay mechanics.