Xbox Game Pass is getting another handful of games throughout the rest of May on both Xbox One and PC. In addition to games that joined earlier this month like Red Dead Redemption and Final Fantasy 9, the next few weeks will bring four more games to the service, including a new first-party game.
That one is Minecraft Dungeons, the spin-off of the persistently popular building game from Mojang Studios. The game takes the familiar trappings of Minecraft like Creepers, Illagers, and pickaxes and fits them into an isometric dungeon-crawling adventure for up to four players. You can also claim Alan Wake, the classic game from Control developer Remedy, and the city-planning sim Cities: Skylines. Each of those will be available across the Xbox One and PC versions of the service, while PC users will also get Plebby Quest: The Crusades. You can check the dates below.
The announcements also mentioned several games that will be leaving both versions of the service on May 29, including Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Old Man’s Journey.
Xbox Game Pass offers an all-you-can-eat subscription to a rotating library of games, including Microsoft’s first-party games upon release. Each version of the service costs $10 per month, but the combined Game Pass Ultimate grants you both along with Xbox Live Gold for $15. Currently Microsoft is offering a trial period for just $1.
Xbox Game Pass Games (May 2020)
- Alan Wake — May 21 (Xbox One, PC)
- Cities: Skylines — May 21 (Xbox One, PC)
- Minecraft Dungeons — May 26 (Xbox One, PC)
- Plebby Quest: The Crusades (PC)
Leaving Xbox Game Pass (May 29)
- Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (Xbox One, PC)
- Hydro Thunder Hurricane (Xbox One, PC)
- Old Man’s Journey (Xbox One, PC)
- #IDARB (Xbox One)
- King of Fighters ’98 Ultimate (Xbox One)
- Opus Magnum (PC)
- Stealth Inc 2 (PC)
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