Every game Microsoft just said was coming to Xbox Game Pass
At E3 2021, most of Microsoft's big upcoming Xbox releases are coming to Game Pass subscribers.
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Microsoft used its Xbox E3 livestreamed event Sunday to talk about most of the games we wanted to hear about: Starfield, Halo Infinite, Stalker 2 and even Diablo II Remastered. But what was especially interesting was how many of the games mentioned by the Xbox team at E3 2021 are coming to Xbox Game Pass, the console, PC and cloud game-subscription service.
A couple of new games are coming to Game Pass this month, and many more are arriving later in 2021. The list Microsoft talked about today includes: