Xbox Game Pass has nine more games coming to PC in December
Microsoft has just announced the next batch of games coming to Xbox Game Pass. So if the addition of Halo: Reach to the Master Chief Collection wasn’t enough for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, you’ve got even more options on the way. The company teased many of these titles back at X019 earlier this year, so we’re finally getting our hands on some new PC and Xbox One titles via Game Pass.
Here are some of the games coming to Game Pass for Xbox and PC in December:
- My Friend Pedro
- Demon’s Tilt
- Pathologic 2
- Overcooked 2
- eFootball PES 2020
- Tom Clancy’s The Division
My Friend Pedro is quite the strange indie game. The strange twist on the shooter has the players taking on various enemies, and going “bananas” to take them out.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker also joins the service on December 5th, bringing a new fighting game option to the service. The character customization alone, combined with the stifling shinobi action, is quite fun. Anyone who is a fan of the anime or manga will enjoy this.
Demon’s Tilt and Wandersong head to Xbox Game Pass on the next day, December 6th. Demon’s Tilt is an interesting fusion of hack-and-slash RPG mechanics fused with 90’s inspired pinball action. The game is a futuristic twist on the overall pinball genre, and it’s pretty good. Wandersong is a much more conservative title, at least in the sense that it doesn’t push so much action.
The new additions on the 12th wrap up the holidays with a bang. There will be plenty of football action for European fans when eFootball PES 2020 brings Konami’s soccer action to the service. Overcooked 2 is another great addition later in December. Probably one of the best multiplayer games on Xbox right now if you’re looking for casual fun and simple mechanics. And who knew that making french fries for a horde of zombies could be so stressful.
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