Talk of Control coming to Xbox Game Pass has been happening for a while, with the Xbox Game Pass account tweeting out a clue referencing a mysterious red light.

Given this tweet and past mentions of Control coming to Xbox Game Pass, we’re unsurprised to see official confirmation today that yes, Control is coming to Xbox Game Pass. 

Control Confirmed for Xbox Game Pass 

A list of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in December was shared today and at the top of the list is Control. It’s been teased for a while now that Control is coming to Xbox Game Pass with Phil Spencer accidentally spilling the beans last year during an Extra Life stream on Mixer.

Everything went silent for a while, and then recently the Twitter account for Xbox Game Pass posted a hint referencing a red light. The tease wasn’t official confirmation, so there was room for speculation up until today when the Xbox Game Pass lineup for December was revealed.

Not only is Control coming to Xbox Game Pass in December, but so are other exciting titles like Slime Rancher, GreedFall, and Gang Beasts. If you recently purchased games like Control or Gang Beasts, you may be able to refund those purchases. 

Some gamers have reported success in returning recently purchased games that are now coming to Xbox Game Pass, but it depends on the return policy of where you purchased those games from so keep that in mind during the refund process.

Also keep in mind that games eventually leave Xbox Game Pass. To help you save time, we’ve listed all of the games coming to Xbox Game Pass in December below! 

  • Control - December 3 (Console, Android)
  • Doom Eternal - December 3 (PC)
  • Haven - December 3 (Console, PC)
  • Rage 2 - December 3 (Android)
  • Slime Rancher - December 3 (Console, Android)
  • Va-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action - December 3 (PC)
  • Yes, Your Grace - December 3 (Console, PC, Android)
  • Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition - December 4 (Console, PC)
  • Call of the Sea - December 8 (Console, PC, Android)
  • Monster Sanctuary - December 8 (Console, PC)
  • Starbound - December 8 (PC)
  • Unto The End - December 9 (Console, PC)
  • Assetto Corsa - December 10 (Console, Android)
  • Gang Beasts - December 10 (Console, Android)
  • GreedFall - December 10 (Console, PC, Android)
  • Superhot: Mind Control Delete - December 10 (Console, Android)
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - December 10 (Console, PC, Android)

If you play a lot of games on your phone, there’s additional good news as a number of games will be available to play on Android with touch controls starting December 3, including:

  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
  • Golf With Your Friends
  • Hyperdot
  • Ikenfell
  • Indivisible
  • ScourgeBringer
  • The Touryst
  • Vambrace Cold Soul 

A few games are leaving Xbox Game Pass starting December 11 and December 15. At the time of this writing, you have around two weeks to give the following games a try before they leave Xbox Game Pass: 

  • eFootball PES 2020 - December 11 (Console)
  • Age of Wonders: Planetfall - December 15 (Console, PC)
  • Infinifactory - December 15 (PC)
  • Metro: Last Light Redux - December 15 (PC)
  • MudRunner - December 15 (Console, PC)
  • Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - December 15 (Console)
  • Pathologic 2 - December 15 (Console, PC)
  • The Turing Test - December 15 (Console, PC)
  • Ticket to Ride - December 15 (Console, PC)
  • Untitled Goose Game - December 15 (Console)

If you don’t have Xbox Game Pass, or you want to gift Xbox Game Pass to someone for the holidays, there’s a special offer available where you can get the first three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1. 

The subscription includes access to Xbox Game Pass games, Perks including 30 days of Disney+, Xbox Live Gold, and more. It’s a pretty solid deal, especially if you’re given an Xbox as a gift and want to make the most out of your new console. 

Related: ‘Next Gen’ Games Holiday 2020 Gift Guide

After seeing the latest games coming to Xbox Game Pass, what are your thoughts? Are you looking forward to playing Control? What about games like Gang Beasts and Slime Rancher? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook and Twitter!