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Xbox Game Pass for September: Onrush, Quantum Break, Halo: The Master Chief Collection

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Plus Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

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Quantum Break and Onrush will join Halo: The Master Chief Collection in the library available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers in September, Microsoft announced today.

Other titles added to the service are Shadow Warrior, a reboot of the 1997 original; Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams; Sky Force Reloaded; Manual Samuel; Snake Pass; and InnerSpace. More about the games can be found on the Xbox Wire announcement.

Quantum Break, by Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment, launched as a series of four episodes for Xbox One in 2016. We called it an “action game taking real lessons from the Netflix binge-watch era” in our review at the time.

Onrush, which launched in June, is a car combat multiplayer game made by alumni of Evolution Studios (which was behind DriveClub and the Motorstorm franchise). We enjoyed Onrush when it launched in June, but poor sales led to layoffs in the Codemasters team that made it.

Last week, Microsoft announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection would come to Xbox Game Pass, bringing with it support for 4K resolution and HDR color for Xbox One X owners. The series comprises the remasters of Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4. All the games will support the new resolution and HDR options.

The additions give the Xbox Game Pass library more than 400 Xbox One and backward-compatible Xbox 360 titles. The service launched in the summer of 2017, and began offering Microsoft-exclusive games on launch day with Sea of Thieves in March.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Halo 3: ODST was offered with The Master Chief Collection on Xbox Game Pass. ODST will have 4K and HDR support, but it is not included with The Master Chief Collection.