Everything Comes and Leaves Xbox Game Pass in September 2021 Part 1 - GeekTyrant | MCUTimes

Everything Comes and Leaves Xbox Game Pass in September 2021 Part 1 – GeekTyrant

Xbox has unveiled all the games that joined the Xbox Game Pass during the first half of September. Inside, fans will find Final Fantasy XIII, Surgeon Simulator 2, and much more. What are you looking forward to playing?

  • Craftopia (Game Preview) (Cloud, Console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 2nd

    • You arrive at a small island filled with animals, resources and endless possibilities. What you do in this game is entirely up to you – collect resources, harvest crops, fight bosses, capture enemies, build a nice house, unlock new islands, explore the world and more! What do you want to do when you can do everything you’ve ever dreamed of?

  • Final Fantasy XIII (console and PC) – September 2

  • Sojourners characters (Cloud, console and PC) – 2 September

    • A narrative card game about connecting with people. Your tire is your character that reflects your experiences and shapes your relationships. Travel to different places to buy items for your store. Along the way, you will encounter optimistic stories, compassionate characters and wonderful surprises in a world where climate change has made life hard.

  • Surgeon Simulator 2 (Cloud, Console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 2nd

    • Bob’s life is in your hand! Scrub-in solo or with up to three friends in this physics-based sim and discover the mysteries of Bossa Labs Medical Facility, explore hundreds of community-made levels, and create your own using the sandbox building tool. Or, if you prefer, spend your time replacing all of Bob’s limbs with heads – it works, too.

  • Crown Trick (console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 7th

    • Welcome to The Nightmare Realm! Guide protagonist Elle on a dangerous journey through procedurally generated dungeons, carefully navigating unique enemies and traps that only move when Elle does so thanks to Crown Tricks’ unique synchronous turn-based mechanic. Strategically plan each move to survive, master a combination of skills, acquaintances and weapons to escape the maze.

  • Breathedge (Cloud, Console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 9th

    • Inspired by retrofuturism, Soviet aesthetics and dark comedy films, Breathedge is a new take on the survival genre that puts you in control of a simple guy called the man who carries his grandfather’s ashes to a galactic funeral and suddenly finds himself in the middle of a universal conspiracy.

  • Nuclear Throne (Console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 9th

    • Nuclear Throne is a post-apocalyptic roguelike-like top-down shooter. Fight your way through the wilderness with powerful weapons, collect radiation to mutate some new limbs and abilities. All these things and more you could do if you were just good at this game. Can you reach the atomic throne?

  • The Artful Escape (console and PC) ID @ Xbox – September 9th

    • A teenage guitar marvels at a psychedelic, multidimensional journey to inspire his stage persona and confront the legacy of a dead folk legend. Featuring vocal performances by Michael Johnston, Caroline Kinley, Lena Headey, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Strong and Carl Weathers.

There are also several game updates, e.g. Pre-installation Halo Infinite, an update to Microsoft Flight Simulator, and more you can read about at official blog post. Unfortunately, this is not all good news. Some titles leave the service, including Red Dead Online and Forza Motorsport 7.

Departs September 13th

Departs September 15th

  • Company of Heroes 2 (PC)

  • Disgaea 4 (PC)

  • Forza Motorsport 7 (Cloud, console and PC)

  • Hotshot Racing (Cloud and console)

  • The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (Cloud, Console and PC)

  • Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (Cloud and Console)

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