July 22, 2024
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Exciting new titles join Xbox Game Pass in early August

Microsoft has announced an exciting list of new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in early August, and players couldn’t be more excited! From challenging platformers to space action-adventure games, there’s something for everyone.

Available today, “Celeste” offers a gripping platforming experience in which players will help Madeline overcome her inner demons as she embarks on a challenging journey to the top of Celeste Mountain.

On August 3, “A Short Hike” will take players to explore tranquil landscapes and peaceful mountains as they climb to the top of Hawk Peak Provincial Park and make new discoveries along the way.

Coming August 8, “Broforce Forever” brings side-scrolling action and shooting in a tribute to freedom. Players will take control of an overly powerful paramilitary group while facing new challenges and unlocking ultra-patriotic characters.

Coming August 9, “Limbo” arrives with its captivating puzzle design and immersive narrative. Players will immerse themselves in a dark and mysterious world that will leave an indelible mark.

Coming August 10, “Airborne Kingdom” offers a unique experience of building and managing an aerial city, flying across a sprawling open landscape and restoring serenity to the world below.

Finally, on August 15, “Everspace 2” challenges players to become space pilots in an exciting single-player shooter full of secrets and challenges in space.

In addition to these newly arrived titles, players can also enjoy “FIFA 23” through EA Play and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which offers both men’s and women’s World Cup tournaments and other exciting new features.

With so many exciting games available on Xbox Game Pass, players have a wide selection to choose from and enjoy a variety of unique experiences. Don’t miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in these exciting adventures starting in August!

Fountain: Gematsu

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