Xbox Game Pass subscribers will again receive new games in August. The highlights this time include Darksiders: Genesis, Final Fantasy 7 HD or The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan. A total of seven games will be released for Xbox One and PC in the first half of the month.
Microsoft has announced new additions to the Xbox Game Pass that will be added to the offering in August. A total of seven games will be released for Xbox One and PC. We have prepared the list for you below. The highlights of the month include Darksiders: Genesis, which was only released in December 2019. The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan is also new. Both of these titles will only be available in the Xbox Game Pass for console. The rest of the new additions will be available for Xbox One and PC.
Xbox Game Pass – new additions in August 2020
- August 6 – Darksiders: Genesis / console
- August 6 – It Lurks Below / Console & PC
- August 6 – The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan / console
- August 6 – Trailmakers / console & PC
- August 6 – UnderMine / Console & PC
- August 6 – Xeno Crisis / Console & PC
- August 13 – Final Fantasy 7 HD / console & PC
- Bonus – F1 2019 / Console & PC
In the middle of the month, however, some games will disappear from the offer again. This time there are five titles that will no longer be playable for Xbox Game Pass subscribers from August 14, 2020. Including Devil May Cry 5. So if you still want to play one of these games, you have to hurry up in the next few days. You can find a list below.
Xbox Game Pass – Departures on August 14, 2020
- Devil May Cry 5 / console
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance / console & PC
- Space Hulk: Tactics / PC
- Where the Water Tastes Like Wine / PC
- Yoku's Island Express / console & PC
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