Microsoft announced today several games coming to Xbox Game Pass for both PC and Xbox One within the first half of September.
As announced last month, medieval strategy game Crusader Kings III is now available starting today on Xbox Game Pass for PC. Capcom’s Resident Evil 7 will also come to the service for PC and console on Thursday, Sept. 3.
Joining Resident Evil 7 for both platforms on Sept. 3 are Tell Me Why: Chapter Two, metroidvania 2D action game Touhou Luna Nights, and multiplayer party game The Jackbox Party Pack 4. Co-op multiplayer shooter World War Z also joins the service on the same date for PC, which is already available on console.
Tactical squad-based rogue-lite RPG Star Renegades will be added for PC on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
On Sept. 10, tactical RPG Disgaea 4 Complete+ will be added on PC, arcade-style racing game Hotshot Racing for console, and Tell Me Why: Chapter Three for both.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers will also receive access to the Shadowkeep and Forsaken expansions for Destiny 2 sometime in the first half of the month. Destiny 2 studio Bungie announced last July that the free-to-play title would be coming to the service in September, and would include the upcoming Beyond Light expansion releasing on Nov. 10.
Microsoft also announced a few games leaving Xbox Game Pass soon:
- Sept. 1 – NBA 2K20 (Console)
- Sept. 7 – Red Dead Redemption 2 (Console)
- Sept. 15 – Gonner: Blueberry Edition (Console and PC)
- Sept. 15 – Jump Force (Console)