New games for Xbox Game Pass: Now with Alan Wake, soon Minecraft Dungeons


from André Linken
Xbox Game Pass owners can now look forward to the mystery game Alan Wake. The action adventure from Remedy Entertainment is now part of the pass. Another highlight follows in the next week with Minecraft Dungeons.

As announced a while ago, the mystery action adventure Alan Wake is now available for download to all Xbox Game Pass owners. It is one of the three most recent additions that we have welcomed since yesterday. In addition, there are the urban simulation cities. Skylines and the turn-based strategy game Plebby Quest: The Crusades.

The next big highlight for Xbox Game Pass owners will be on the program next week. On May 26, 2020, the action role-playing game Minecraft Dungeon will be added – so it matches its regular release for Xbox One. (buy now for € 229.19)

The Xbox Game Pass gives you access to more than 100 games that you can download and play to your heart's content – even first-party titles right at launch. A monthly subscription costs 9.99 euros, the introductory price of 3.99 euros still applies on the PC. There is also an Ultimate version including a gold membership for Xbox Live, which costs EUR 12.99 per month.

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Source: Microsoft

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