Xbox Game Pass launched June 1 (May 24 for Early Access) and utilizes the digital subscription model to offer unlimited access to One and Backward compatible 360 games for $9.99 a month. Game Pass is similar to Netflix in that it will add games as well as take them away from the list periodically, and the July crop was just announced.
On July 1, the first update will occur and will add in seven titles.
Dead Island Definitive Edition is first on the list and followed by Resident Evil 6. The other games include racing game F1 2015, post-apocalyptic indie survivor The Flame in the Flood, platformer Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition, retro platformer Bard's Gold, and Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine, a top-down stealth/heist game.
Alongside these titles, there will be a discount on Payday 2 add-ons to celebrate the release of Payday 2’s Most Wanted DLC bundle.
Are you subscribed to Xbox Game Pass? What do you think of its games so far?
Edited by Naomi N. Lugo