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Back 4 Blood, Visage coming to Xbox Game Pass in October

Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is available Tuesday

A close-up of the Stinger from Back 4 Blood Image: Turtle Rock Studios/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
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.

Microsoft is focusing on games that bring “fright and delight” to players in October — in advance of Halloween — for Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft confirmed Tuesday that eight games will be added to the service throughout the month, including Destiny 2: Beyond Light for Windows PC, the psychological horror game Visage, and co-op shooter Back 4 Blood.

Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, a physics-based battle sim from Landfall Games, kicks off the new wave of games with its release Tuesday on Xbox Game Pass. The other seven games will come throughout the month. Here’s when and where to expect them:

  • Totally Accurate Battle Simulator (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 7
  • The Procession to Calvary (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 7
  • Visage (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 7
  • Back 4 Blood (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 12
  • Destiny 2: Beyond Light (Windows PC) — Oct. 12
  • Ring of Pain (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 14
  • The Riftbreaker (Cloud, Windows PC, and Xbox Series X and S) — Oct. 14
  • The Good Life (Cloud, console, Windows PC) — Oct. 15

On Oct. 15, a bunch of games will also leave Xbox Game pass.

  • Gonner2 (Cloud, console, Windows PC)
  • Heave Ho (Windows PC)
  • Katana Zero (Cloud, console, Windows PC)
  • Scourgebringer (Cloud, console, and Windows PC)
  • Tales of Vesperia HD (Console and Windows PC)
  • The Swords of Ditto (Windows PC)

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