Six more games coming to Game Pass in July, including MGS V

Microsoft has announced another six titles that will be added to the Xbox Game Pass before the end of July, adding to the eight titles that have already been added this month.

The first of the new titles is Night Call, a “non-linear, narrative-driven noire investigation game” which will launch straight on to the Xbox Game Pass for PC later today (Wednesday 17th July). Tomorrow, Thursday 18th July, The Banner Saga 3 will be added to the Game Pass for both Xbox One and PC, while Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be added for the Xbox One only. The Banner Saga 3 will be joining both The Banner Saga and The Banner Saga 2 on the Game Pass, which now means that the whole series is available to play as part of the monthly subscription. Metal Gear Solid V is a fantastic addition, as the game received near perfect scores across the board when it released back in 2015.

A week later, on Thursday 25th July, another three games will be added to the Xbox Game Pass. The first of these is strategic RPG For The King, which will be added to the Xbox Game Pass for PC. Xbox One players, meanwhile, will be granted access to survival horror classic Resident Evil 4, which is the definition of old-but-gold. The final game to be added will be Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition, which includes all 26 characters and 20 stages from Seasons 1-3, Killer Instinct Classic 1 & 2, Killer Instinct Original Soundtrack, and a bonus skin pack, Gold Gargos. Killer Instinct Definitive Edition be made available for both Xbox One and PC players.

You can subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass for £7.99 a month, the Xbox Game Pass for PC for £3.99 a month, or the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (which grants you access to both as well as an Xbox Live Gold Subscription) for £10.99 a month. Don’t forget that there are offers for new subscribers, including bagging three months of Game Pass Ultimate for the price of one.

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