Here’s Everything Coming to Game Pass From Xbox’s E3 2021 Presentation - Prima Games

Here’s Everything Coming to Game Pass From Xbox’s E3 2021 Presentation

by Lucas White

Microsoft’s Xbox team was going full throttle during the E3 2021 showcase today. It certainly helped that Bethesda’s a Xbox studio now. While the show was full of rapid-fire announcements one after the other (including a Series X mini fridge), the real star of the show was Game Pass. For everyone with an active Xbox Game Pass subscription, over 20 different games were announced, with many of them being day one inclusions.

Related: Starfield Release Date & Xbox Exclusivity Revealed During E3 Showcase

From Yakuza to Flight Simulator, there’s a huge variety of games headed straight to Game Pass, starting today and leading through 2022. Here’s everything that is coming to Game Pass, and any release date information as applicable.


  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (and by consequence, the entire HD Yakuza series)
  • More Bethesda games, including PC-only titles like the original Fallout games

Day one on Game Pass in 2021

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance – June 22
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator – July 27
  • The Ascent – July 29
  • Hades – August 13
  • Twelve Minutes – August 19
  • Psychonauts 2 – August 25
  • Aragami 2 – September 17
  • Sable – September 23
  • Back 4 Blood – October 12
  • Age of Empires IV – October 28 (PC only)
  • SCORN – Fall
  • Forza Horizon 5 – November 9
  • Shredders – December
  • Halo Infinite – Holiday
  • The Gunk – 2021
  • Hello Neighbor 2 – 2021
  • Among Us – 2021 for console/cloud, already on PC

Day one in 2022 or undetermined

  • Starfield
  • Redfall
  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2
  • A Plague Tale Requiem
  • Party Animals
  • Atomic Heart
  • Replaced
  • Slime Rancher 2
  • Somerville
  • Eiyuden Chronicle Rising
  • Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes
  • The Outer Worlds 2
  • Contraband

For individual platforms, for example which games are available for Xbox Cloud Gaming, you can check the official wrapup in this YouTube video’s description. As a reminder, one Xbox Game Pass subscription comprises all three platforms, between console, cloud and PC. Not every game can trade save data across PC and console, so make sure you know what’s what before relying on your save data following you around!

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