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Xbox Game Pass: new titles in December

The catalog of games included in Xbox Game Pass moves more than the price of cryptocurrencies. With the difference, yes, that in the case of Microsoft’s game subscription service, the trend is always up. Thus, it is not surprising that the volume of users of the service also continues to grow, and that the level of satisfaction of its users is, at least in all the cases that I know (and there are not a few) tremendously positive.

There is no doubt that Microsoft has bet very, very hard on Xbox Game Pass, and one more example of this is Xbox All Pass, a program launched in Spain by Microsoft and Game, through which it is possible to finance the purchase of an Xbox Series S | X in 24 monthly payments without interest, and that in addition to the console itself, also includes the monthly subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. A way to get the next-gen console that users will also test the service with, and I bet many of them will keep their subscription after 24 months.

One of the keys to the success of Xbox Game Pass is, of course, the huge turnover of its game catalog, among which we can find triple A game launches that are added to it on the same day of its launch. This started being the case with the titles of the studies that belong to Microsoft, but for some time now more developers have joined this policy, thus increasing the attractiveness of the service.

As we have been doing since the launch of Xbox Game Pass, we are going to review the new games that are added to the catalog this month, more specifically in the first fortnight, and there are some most interesting additions. Let’s see the list:

  • ANVIL (PC and console) – December 2.
  • Archvale (PC, cloud and console) – December 2.
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 (PC and console) – December 2.
  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (PC, cloud and console) – December 2.
  • Rubber bandits (PC, cloud and console) – December 2.
  • Stardew valley (PC, cloud and console) – December 2.
  • Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector (PC, cloud and console) – December 2.
  • Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (PC, cloud and console) – December 7.
  • Halo Infinite (PC, cloud and console) – December 8.
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 (PC, cloud and console) – December 9.
  • Aliens: Fireteam Elite (PC, cloud and console) – December 14.
  • Among us (Console) ID @ Xbox – December 14

The most notable title of this new batch of Xbox Game Pass games is, definitely Halo Infinite, the long awaited return of the Master Chief that has been on our list since E3 2018. But this release does not overshadow other titles, such as Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector, the still very popular Among Us or that other gem of the indie world that is Stardew Valley.

More info: Xbox Wire

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