One of the biggest advantages of owning an Xbox is Game Pass, and all of the free games that come with it. There's a new batch of games coming this week and next, so we have the lowdown on all of the new additions to Xbox Game Pass.
Coming to Game Pass Thursday June 24th
Iron Harvest (PC)
Iron Harvest is set in an alternate reality in the year 1920+, just after World War I. The gameplay allows you to take charge of giant anthropomorphic machines on the battlefield, and includes both single-player missions and multiplayer battles.
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered (Xbox One and PC)
The iconic Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit got a complete remaster for PC, Xbox One and PS4 last year and you can access the racing game for Xbox and PC through Game Pass (via EA Play).
Game preview of Prodeus (PC)
This exciting indie first-person shooter was funded by a kickstarter and its concept sounds suitably nuts. You assume control of a character created by the mysterious 'Prodeus' - and your only mission is to destroy Prodeus. The visuals look very gory, and this game looks like a lot of crazy fun.
Coming to Game Pass on Thursday July 1st
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts (Cloud)
Next week's additions include a classic Xbox 360 game for the Game Pass cloud service. The third game in the Banjo-Kazooie series will be available to play from July 1.
Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling (Xbox, Cloud, PC)
This cute role-playing game follows three bugs as they pursue the Everlasting Sapling, a plant which is rumoured to give bugs everlasting life. You'll encounter plenty of obstacles along the way, but this looks like a quirky little playthrough all the same.
Gang Beasts (Xbox, Cloud, PC)
This game looks like a lot of ridiculous fun. Set in the hilariously named "Beef City", this fighting game takes in melee situations among many other settings, and we for one are intrigued.
Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (Xbox, Cloud, PC)
This game is set in a dark vampire realm, where you'll have to both manage your empire and fight in direct combat. It looks like a seriously dark game, a welcome change of pace from some of the lighter plays higher up in this list.
Limbo (Xbox, Cloud, PC)
The final instalment on this list is another remastered game, and it looks visually stunning. Everything about this game looks captivating, and there's a reason the original won multiple awards. We can't wait to try this one out.