Microsoft today announced the new additions to the Xbox Game Pass, which will be added to the offer in September. The highlights include Resident Evil 7 or the complete package of Destiny 2. The story of Tell Me Why will also come to an end in the next few days with chapters 2 and 3. You can find an overview in our message.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to new games in September. The Microsoft team today announced a number of new additions to the service. A total of ten titles will be distributed via Xbox Game Pass for PC and console. The highlights in September include Destiny 2: Shadowkeep & Forsaken. This means that all shooter extensions are available by subscription. Chapters 2 & 3 of Tell Me Why are also coming soon.
Resident Evil 7 will be added to Xbox Game Pass later this week. We have prepared an overview of all games and dates below.
Xbox Game Pass – New Items for September 2020
- September 1st – Crusader Kings III / PC
- September 3 – The Jackbox Party Pack 4 / Console
- September 3 – Resident Evil 7 / PC & Console
- September 3 – Tell Me Why: Chapter 2 / PC & Console
- September 3 – Touhou Luna Nights / PC & Console
- September 3 – World War Z / PC
- September 8 – Star Renegades / PC
- September 10th – Disgaea 4 Complete + / PC
- September 10 – Hotshot Racing / Console
- September 10th – Tell Me Why: Chapter 3 / PC & Console
- Coming Soon – Destiny 2: Shadowkeep & Forsaken / Console
As usual, some games will leave the Xbox Game Pass again this month. A total of four titles will disappear from the offer in the next few days. So if you really want to play one of these games, you have to hurry up in the next few days. You can find a list here below.
Xbox Game Pass – Departures September 2020
- September 1 – NBA 2K20 / Console
- September 7th – Red Dead Redemption 2 / Console
- September 15 – Gonner: Blueberry Edition / PC & Console
- September 15 – Jump Force / Console
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