Xbox Game Pass Will See Mid-July Arrivals and Departures

| Jul 17, 2021
Mid-July Arrivals and Departures on Xbox Game Pass

Xbox continues to bring new games to the people with the company’s magical subscription service, Xbox Game Pass. The curated game vault provides over 200 games across different game genres. There are a few arrivals you may want to make note of.

Mid-July Arrivals And Departures On Xbox Game Pass

Cris Tales is a colourful JRPG inspired by the classics. The game utilizes the perspective of time by allowing players to gaze into the future while making choices for a dynamic and interesting journey. Cris Tales will available on July 20 for Console, PC, and Cloud.

Mid-July Arrivals And Departures On Xbox Game Pass

Orcs Must Die! 3 is finally available on a platform you remember the name of! Destroy hordes of orcs with friends or by yourself on Console and Cloud when it arrives on July 23.

Mid-July Arrivals And Departures On Xbox Game Pass

Listen. I didn’t know what The Innsmouth Case was until its arrival was announced for Xbox Game Pass. That’s my favourite part about the service. Anyway! The Innsmouth Case is a detective adventure game that TAKES PLACE IN AN INTERACTIVE BOOK. It’s got Lovecraft, humour, and horror. You’re excited too. Let’s all play it when it joins Xbox Game Pass on Console, PC, and Cloud on July 22.

Mid-July Arrivals And Departures On Xbox Game Pass

You already know about Death’s Door. It’s everywhere, but check out the trailer if you missed Devolver’s E3 show—or just trust us and play it when it drops on Console on July 20.

Also arriving July 20th:

  • Fallen Knight
  • Mind Maze

July 21

  • Gaps by POWGI
  • In Rays of the Light
  • The Last Rolling Hero
  • MouseBot: Escape from CatLab

July 22

  • Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition
  • Last Stop

July 23

  • Aery – Calm Mind
  • Freddy Spaghetti 2.20
  • Where the Snow Settles

July 27

  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox)

July 28

  • The Forgotten City

July 29

  • The Ascent
  • Omno

EA Sports UFC, EA Sports UFC 2, CrossCode, and Downwell have all been removed from the service this month and the removals for August have not been announced as of writing. Xbox does typically provide subscribers with plenty of notice and games can be purchased at a discount before they leave the service. You can always keep the game going while still saving money.

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