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Day of The Tentacle, Grim Fandango, Rainbow Six Siege and more are headed to Xbox Game Pass

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Xbox has announced a bunch of new and old games heading to their Xbox Game Pass platform in the coming weeks. Rainbow Six Siege leads the charge, but brings a bunch more games in tow. Ubisoft’s massively popular online shooter will land on Game Pass this month. Rainbow Six Siege will be available via Xbox Game Pass on console and Android from October 22.

Microsoft has done an impressive job with building out the service into the Ultimate branding that was added this past year. With more than 100 games for all one monthly price, combined with Xbox Live gaming and other perks, it’s one of the best deals for Xbox fans. And the recent addition of Android device support has sweetened the pot. There are even rumors that an iOS workaround is coming.

So let’s talk about what’s coming as well. It turns out that some unique Double Fine games are also coming into the fold. The news was revealed by Double Fine boss Tim Schafer speaking to Major Nelson on his podcast at the weekend and it seems that there will be four more games added to the roster. Grim Fandango Remastered is the best of the bunch, as it has a certain classic charm to it.

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But that’s not all that Microsoft and their partners have planned. Classic LucasArts adventures Grim Fandango RemasteredDay of the Tentacle Remastered and Full Throttle Remastered will also be joining the roster of hundreds of games as the console gaming service grows into a titan of its own.

All three games will be playable on PC and Android devices as they move onto the service. All of them will drop onto the Xbox One for the first time when they become available on Xbox Game Pass on October 29.

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