Xbox showed off the next wave of Xbox Game Pass titles coming to the service in July, with GTA 5 joining it again.
This isn’t the first time GTA 5 has been on the service, but the last time it was was in 2021, where it only lasted three months. As mentioned on the Xbox Wire blog, GTA 5 is available on Game Pass today, so if you haven’t played it yourself yet, you can now – it’s also available to stream via the cloud. Alongside GTA 5, as mentioned in the previous Game Pass announcement, the action-RPG Sword and Fairy: Together Forever is also on the service today. You can play the game inspired by Chinese mythology on cloud, console and PC.
Up next on July 6 is McPixel 3, a point-and-click adventure game that “sees the titular budding hero avoid one disaster after another at every turn using unconventional yet entertaining methods of mayhem.” You can play this one on cloud, console and PC.
On July 11, you will be able to play Common’hood on cloud, console or PC, a “squatter colony simulation game”, which emphasizes community. You’ll have to tend to your fellow settlers as you set up machinery to do the hard work and farm to provide food for everyone. On the same day arrives Insurgency: Sandstorm for PC players, a team-based tactical FPS with an emphasis on close quarters combat.
Exoprimal, Capcom’s upcoming big dinosaur game, will join Game Pass on July 14 as a day one title. With a mix of PvE and PvP combat, you’ll have to battle ridiculous amounts of dinosaurs while wearing inflated robot suits. What’s not to like?
A few days later, on July 18, Techtonica will arrive, on cloud, console and PC, again as a day one title. Set beneath the surface of an alien planet, Techtonica is a first-person factory automation game in the vein of Satisfactory that you can play alone or in co-op. Finally, on the same day, The Cave will also be coming to Game Pass on console and in the cloud. From the creator of Monkey Island and Double Fine, The Cave will see you assemble “your team of three from among seven unlikely adventurers, each with their own personalities”, and descend into the depths.
It’s worth noting that today (July 5) is the last day you can get Game Pass at its current price, starting July 6, Game Pass Ultimate will drop from $15 to $17, while standard subscriptions will increase from $10. at $11.
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