The Xbox and Bethesda took place a couple of days ago and delivered almost everything as expected. From new titles announcement to trailer reveals, it had everything. But the most impressive part was the number of games coming to Xbox Game Pass on Day 1 of launch.

At the Showcase, Microsoft promised a slew of Xbox Game Pass announcements, and it delivered in style. A slew of new Game Pass games was showcased, and Xbox’s official Twitter account uploaded a fresh image online immediately after the presentation ended. This picture depicts 50 games announced or recently unveiled on Xbox and PC coming in the next 12 months, with 40 being Xbox Game Pass titles.

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Source: Xbox

Xbox Game Pass has always been a significant hit for providing its subscribers the value for their money. There are also deals where you can get 3 months’ worth of Game Pass for a mere $1. Comparing it to the included game’s prices is crazy how Xbox pulls it off. Here is a list of all 40 titles hitting Game Pass day 1 in the next year:

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Source: Klobrille Via Twitter

It should be emphasized, however, that anything can be postponed, and this image confirms that these 40 titles will be released during the next 12 months. Something on the above image may go wrong, but Xbox Game Pass would still be a significant winner even if half of them fall behind on development.

Meanwhile, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge will be released on June 16, Shadowrun Trilogy will be released on June 21, Naraka: Bladepoint will be released on June 23, and Escape Academy will be released on June 28. With the more notable titles like Redfall coming in September 2022 and Starfield in early 2023, if all things go right.

If there’s anything that can’t be denied, it is the fact that the future of Game Pass is quite bright. Considering the lineup it has planned for the next 12 months, both Xbox and PC users will be more than satisfied with their subscriptions. 

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