The Highs and Lows of Xbox Game Pass: September and October 2023

The Highs and Lows of Xbox Game Pass: September and October 2023

4. October 2023 by madara s

The Xbox Game Pass has revolutionized the way we play, offering us a wide range of titles directly on our consoles, similar to how we enjoy series and movies on platforms like Netflix. However, just like these streaming services, the Game Pass library is constantly changing, with games coming and going every month. Below, we present a detailed compilation of the games that are added and the ones that are leaving in September and October 2023.

Notable Additions for October 2023

October 17th:

  • Like A Dragon: Ishin! (Available on Console, PC, and cloud)

October 12th:

  • From Space (Ready to enjoy on Console, PC, and cloud)

October 10th:

  • Forza Motorsport (Exclusive to Xbox Series and PC)

October 4th:

  • Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (Optimized for Xbox Series and cloud)

October 3rd:

  • Gotham Knights and The Lamplighter’s League (Both for Xbox Series, PC, and cloud)

Goodbyes for October 2023

October 15th bids farewell to:

  • Eville (Console, PC, and cloud)
  • Overwhelm (PC)
  • Shenzhen I/O (PC)
  • The Legend of Tianding, Trek to Yomi, Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (All available on Console, PC, and cloud)

Additions for September 2023

This month brought titles like:

  • Lies of P and Cocoon (Both for console, PC, and cloud)
  • Party Animals (Console and cloud)
  • Payday 3 (Designed for Xbox Series X|S, PC, and cloud)
  • The Lamplighter’s League (Xbox Series X|S, PC, and cloud)

Farewells for September 2023

On September 30th, we had to say goodbye to:

  • Beacon Pines, Despot’s Game, Moonscars, Outriders, Prodeus, and Weird West (All were available on Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, and cloud)
  • Last Call BBS (Exclusive to PC)

Innovation and variety

The Xbox Game Pass is undoubtedly an innovative service that continues to grow and adapt to the demands of players. It’s essential to keep up with the latest news and farewells to make the most of the subscription. If you’re considering a more adjusted subscription, don’t forget to consider the Xbox Game Pass Core, which offers a more limited selection of titles but at a more affordable price. And remember that, in addition to the traditional Game Pass, the Ultimate subscription grants you access to EA Play, further expanding the range of games available.