Xbox Game Pass: here are the new features to come by the end of November 2022

As usual, the Xbox Game Pass is about to receive a new batch of new games in its catalog. And precisely, Microsoft has just detailed the list of titles to come on its service by November 30, 2022. And in other words, there will be something for everyone.

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While Playstation Plus Premium subscribers rightly complain that they don’t have enough new items in the catalog, the Xbox Game Pass continues to fill its collection every 15 days. At the beginning of November, we had the right to games Telltale’s Walking Dead, Ghost Song or Football Manager 2023 or the excellent Return to Monkey Island.

But as we slowly approach the end of November 2022, Microsoft just revealed the list of new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in the next two weeks. Suffice to say that there will be something for everyone, between multiplayer FPS, RTS in the Dune universe, or point & click in the Gothic style. Also remember that Battlefield 2042 should land on the Game Pass at the end of the month as well, right for the launch of the 3rd multi season of the DICE title.

Xbox Game Pass Games November
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Xbox Game Pass: the list of new games to come

  • Pentiment (Cloud, Console & PC) Available
  • Somerville (Cloud, Console & PC) Available
  • Dune: Spice Wars (Preview – PC) November 17
  • GhostIore (Preview – PC) November 17
  • Rabbit (Cloud, Console & PC) November 17
  • Norco (Cloud & console) November 17
  • Gungrave GORE (Cloud, Console & PC) November 22
  • Insurgency: Sandstorm (Cloud & Console) November 29
  • Soccer Story (Cloud, Console & PC) – November 29
  • Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (PC) – November 30

In this selection, we will obviously advise you to take a look at Pentiment and Sommerville, two promising independents that we have already mentioned in our previous article on Xbox Game Pass news.

Dune: Spice Wars looks just as interesting. This real-time strategy game also incorporates elements of 4X, and will invite you to take control of your faction to establish your domination over Arrakis, the famous desert planet of Dune. In a completely different genre, Gun Grave GORE promises to be an excellent stress reliever that draws its inspiration from the tenors of the genre, Devil May Cry in mind. And for those who didn’t catch the latest Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Insurgency Sandstorm might just please you, with its tactical approach to combat.

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