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Xbox Game Pass adds Yakuza Kiwami 2, Obsidian’s Grounded in July

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Plus, ‘reverse horror game’ Carrion debuts on Game Pass

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Goro Majima is armed with a knife in a screenshot from Yakuza Kiwami 2 Image: Sega

Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get access to Sega’s HD remake of Yakuza 2, “reverse horror game” Carrion, and Obsidian Entertainment’s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids-inspired survival game, Grounded, as part of the service in July. Microsoft announced eight more games coming to Game Pass in July, joining previously announced new additions Soulcalibur 6 and Fallout 76.

Game Pass subscribers also now have access to Halo 3 (included in Halo: The Master Chief Collection) and Endless Space 2 on Windows PC. Those two games dropped today, alongside Neon Abyss for Xbox One and PC.

Here’s the remainder of July’s new Xbox Game Pass games and their date of availability:

  • Forager (Console & PC) – July 16
  • Mount & Blade: Warband (Console) – July 16
  • Carrion (Console & PC) – July 23
  • Golf With Your Friends (PC) – July 23
  • Grounded – Xbox Game Preview (Console & PC) – July 28
  • Nowhere Prophet (Console & PC) – July 30
  • The Touryst (Console & PC) – July 30
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Console & PC) – July 30

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).

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

  • $45

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Best Buy is throwing in another three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate when you buy a three-month membership at the standard price. That’s a six-month membership for the price of three months.

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