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Xbox Game Pass adds Fallout 76, Soulcalibur 6 in July

And here’s what’s leaving Game Pass in July

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Players face a monster in an orange haze in a screenshot from Fallout 76 Image: Bethesda Softworks
Michael McWhertor is a journalist with more than 17 years of experience covering video games, technology, movies, TV, and entertainment.

Xbox Game Pass subscribers can start playing Soulcalibur 6 and Out of the Park Baseball 21 starting today, July 1, as part of their subscription. Bandai Namco’s weapons-based fighting game and Out of the Park Developments’ baseball strategy game are two of four new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in July.

Soulcalibur 6 will be available on Xbox One, while Out of the Park Baseball 21 will be available on Windows PC.

The other two titles — Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 76 and Radical Fish Games’ CrossCode — will come to Game Pass on July 9. Fallout 76 is, of course, Bethesda’s online multiplayer take on the post-nuclear Fallout franchise, and the version coming to Game Pass (on both console and PC) will include the recent Wastelanders update to the game. CrossCode is a 2D action role-playing game inspired by The Legend of Zelda and Secret of Mana series.

While at least four games are joining the Xbox Game Pass lineup this month, six will leave. So say goodbye to these game on July 15:

  • Blazing Chrome (Console & PC)
  • Dead Rising 4 (Console & PC)
  • Metal Gear Solid 5 (Console and PC)
  • Timespinner (PC)
  • Unavowed (PC)
  • Undertale (PC)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available for $14.99 a month, which gives subscribers access to both the console and PC programs. First-time subscribers can get a month for $1. If you’re interested only in Xbox games, it’s $9.99 for the Xbox-only Game Pass. Xbox Game Pass for PC is available for a limited-time price of $4.99 a month (usually $9.99 a month).

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