Before you decide which game to play next on Xbox Game Pass, you might want to wait a moment. New information about what could be the November additions to the service has recently come to light. Well-known leaker @billbil_kun has listed several games that might join the roster in the first half of the month. Although this isn’t confirmed, it’s worth considering.
Here’s the meat and potatoes. These games are rumored to join Xbox Game Pass in early November:
- Thirsty Suitors: Available on Cloud, Console, and PC from November 2.
- Football Manager 2024: Available on Cloud, Console, and PC starting November 6.
- Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name: This one will be up for grabs on Cloud, Console, and PC come November 9.
- Dungeons 4: Also hitting Cloud, Console, and PC on November 9.
- Spiritea: Joining the lineup on Cloud, Console, and PC by November 13.
- Coral Island: This one is for Cloud and Xbox Series X|S, starting on November 14.
Alongside these games, the rumor also suggests that two more games will be thrown into the mix. They are:
- Wartales: Initially just for PC and Nintendo Switch, this game is also now supposed to land on Xbox Series X|S, possibly on Xbox One as well. Best part? It’ll be a Day One addition to Game Pass.
- Wild Hearts: This game will be added to the EA Play catalog, which is already a part of the Game Pass Ultimate subscription.
Many of these titles are hot topics among gamers. Football Manager 2024, for instance, has a solid fan base and offers a deep managerial experience. And if you’re more into action and role-playing, titles like “Like a Dragon Gaiden” could be right up your alley.
If these leaks turn out to be accurate, the service is about to get a lot richer. The additions would offer a good mix of genres and play styles, catering to a broader range of gamers. Plus, for those with Game Pass Ultimate, the integration of EA Play means even more options.
We’ll have to wait and see if these rumors hold any water. Microsoft usually updates its Game Pass lineup on Tuesdays every two weeks, so it won’t be long before we find out. And hey, who doesn’t like more choices when it comes to gaming? So, let’s see if these leaks add up to something real or if we’re all getting ahead of ourselves.