Microsoft unveils dozens of new titles for Xbox Game Pass — here’s the full list

Microsoft unveils dozens of new titles for Xbox Game Pass — here’s the full list
  • With this event, Microsoft pushes its subscription service.
  • The event ended with the announcement of benchmark titles such as Redfall, Overwatch 2, Diablo 4 and more.
  • Here are the biggest announcements from the Xbox and Bethesda event 2022.
The highly anticipated Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase 2022 has ended and the event has promised to deliver some new big titles including games from Activision Blizzard, which Microsoft intend to acquire for $68.7 billion.

The 90-minute presentation was full of new game trailers and titles for Microsoft’s subscription service- Xbox Game Pass including titles from big publishers it purchased recently such as Bethesda. Though some of the big titles at that event won’t release until 2023, there are considerable titles expected to see in 2022.

Major reveal during Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase 2022
The presentation ended with two big games that will be coming next year from the publisher Bethesda, acquired by Microsoft in 2022. Redfall - a first-person shooting game in which player fights with vampires and Starfield - a role-playing game set in space. The event also spotlighted Activision Overwatch 2, which will be available for early and free access in October for multiplayer mode and Diablo 4 which will be arriving in 2023.
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The aforementioned games will be available on Xbox Game Pass. With the Game Pass service, users can get unlimited access to upcoming game titles just by paying monthly subscription fees. As per Microsoft, there are 25 million Game Pass subscribers.

The event also unwrapped tons of expansions coming to existing games such as Forza, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Horizon 5, Fallout 76, Sea of Thieves and many more.

One of the biggest surprises was that Persona games are finally coming to Xbox including, Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Royal and Persona 4 Golden Abyss.

During the event, Microsoft also announced the new Minecraft spinoff titles Minecraft Legends and other colourful titles such as Revenlok and Cocoon.

Reportedly, Microsoft is also working on creating games for Netflix.

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