Xbox Game Pass Gets Free Metal: Hellsinger, Super-Pets, and More

Microsoft announced, this Tuesday (06), the new batch of games that is coming in the first half of September 2022 to Xbox Game Pass. The highlight is on the Disney Dreamlight Valley and DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace additions.

Check out, below, the titles, platforms and dates of the games that arrive from today on the service:

  • Disney Dreamlight Valley: Founder’s Edition (Cloud, Console and PC) – Today;
  • Opus Magnum (PC) – Today;
  • Train Sim World 3 (Console and PC) – Today;
  • Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation (PC) – September 13;
  • DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace (Cloud, Console and PC) – September 13
  • You Suck at Parking (Cloud, console and PC) – September 14
  • Despot’s Game (Console and PC) – September 15
  • Metal: Hellsinger (PC and Xbox Series X/S) – September 15

More content and games

In addition to the new titles, Microsoft revealed that Grounded, The Elder Scrolls Online, Halo Infinite, Fallout 76, and Dead by Daylight will receive DLCs. The latter will have extra content called “Resident Evil: Project W”, which will make it possible to play with Albert Wesker, Ada Wong, Rebecca Chambers and others.

Also disclosed were the Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass This September. Among the highlights is A Plague Tale: Innocence, which like all the others listed below will be removed on the 15th.

Check out, below, the games that will no longer be part of the service’s library (and run to enjoy):

  • A Plague Tale: Innocence (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Aragami 2 (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Craftopia (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (Console and PC)
  • Flynn: Son of Crimson (Cloud, console and PC)
  • I Am Fish (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Lost Words: Beyond the Page (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Mighty Goose (Cloud, console and PC)
  • SkateBird (Cloud, console and PC)
  • The Artful Escape (Cloud, console and PC)

So, what did you think of the Xbox Game Pass news for the first half of September? Leave your comment on Voxel’s Twitter and Facebook!

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