Xbox Game Pass is adding another set of games over the next couple of weeks, including some heavy-hitters and big franchise names. The new additions include a way to catch up with the Kingdom Hearts lore, a Witcher spin-off, and as previously announced, the space sandbox game No Man’s Sky. This coincides with a big No Man’s Sky update that will add cross-play.
On June 11 you can grab Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 Remix, along with Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue on Xbox One. Those should give you all the lore you need to understand Kingdom Hearts 3, which has already been on the service for a while. That date will also bring No Man’s Sky and Dungeon of the Endless on both PC and Xbox One, along with Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2 and Battletech on the PC service.
After that heavy heaping of games, a couple more are coming on June 18. Bard’s Tale Remastered will be available on PC and Xbox One, and the Witcher card-based RPG Thronebreaker will hit the Xbox One service.
Microsoft also notes that starting June 16 you can pre-install Grounded, the upcoming game from Outer Worlds studio Obsidian. It will launch as an Xbox Game Preview title on July 28.
As always, these arrivals come alongside some departures. A few notable games leaving include Resident Evil Revelations, Everspace, and Superhot. You can see the full list below.
Xbox Game Pass is an all-you-can-eat subscription service, split into two subscriptions for PC and console at $10 apiece. You can also get a Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which includes both along with Xbox Live Gold, for $15 per month.
Xbox Game Pass Additions June 11-18
- Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2 (PC) — June 11
- Battletech (PC) — June 11
- Dungeon of the Endless (PC, Xbox One) — June 11
- Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 Remix (Xbox One) — June 11
- Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (Xbox One) — June 11
- No Man’s Sky (PC, Xbox One) — June 11
- Bard’s Tale Remastered (PC, Xbox One) — June 18
- Thronebreaker (Xbox One) — June 18
Leaving Game Pass June 15
- Book of Demons (PC)
- Everspace (PC, Xbox One)
- Resident Evil Revelations (Xbox One)
- Riptide GP: Renegade (PC, Xbox One)
- Riverbond (PC, Xbox One)
- Samorost 3 (PC)
- Screamride (Xbox One)
- Superhot (PC, Xbox One)
- Supermarket Shriek (PC, Xbox One)
- The Last Door: Season 2 (PC)
- The Stillness of the Wind (PC)
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