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Final Fantasy 7 HD, Man of Medan coming to Xbox Game Pass in August

Devil May Cry 5 and Kingdom Come: Deliverance are leaving the program

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Cloud stands over Aerith’s body in Final Fantasy 7 Image: Square Enix
Nicole Carpenter is a senior reporter specializing in investigative features about labor issues in the game industry, as well as the business and culture of games.

Seven games will be added to Xbox Game Pass in August, including Final Fantasy 7 HD and Darksiders: Ge. Two of the games are for console only, while the other five will be available on Xbox Game Pass for PC and console.

Here’s the full list, and when then the games will become available:

  • Darksiders: Genesis (console) — Aug. 6
  • It Lurks Below (console & PC) — Aug. 6
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (console) — Aug. 6
  • Trailmakers (console & PC) — Aug. 6
  • UnderMine (console & PC) — Aug. 6
  • Xeno Crisis (console & PC) — Aug. 6
  • Final Fantasy 7 HD (console & PC) — Aug. 13

These games join F1 2019, which was added for console and PC programs, last week. July’s new games, which include Carrion and Yakuza Kiwami 2, are still available, too. As always, with new games joining the Xbox Game Pass, old ones must leave. On Aug. 14, these five games will leave the program:

  • Devil May Cry 5 (Console)
  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Console & PC)
  • Space Hulk: Tactics (PC)
  • Where the Water Tastes Like Wine (PC)
  • Yoku’s Island Express (Console & PC)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which gives players access to both PC and console programs, is $14.99. New subscribers will get a month for $1. The Xbox-only program costs $9.99, while Xbox Game Pass for PC (which is in beta) costs $4.99 a month. In September, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will gain access to Microsoft’s streaming technology, xCloud.

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