Microsoft have revealed the next four games that will be coming to Xbox Game Pass on PC. Subscribers will get Saints Row 4: Re-Elected, Dirt Rally 2.0, Cities Skylines, and Bad North .
Just like they announced earlier this week, Microsoft hosted their Inside Xbox live stream last night where they showcased a ton of new details about their streaming platform Project xCould, new games and their subscription service Xbox Game Pass.
For those unfamiliar with Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, it's a monthly subscription service that gives the subscribers access to a huge library of games. However, once you cancel the subscription, you lose access to all games unless you purchased them. Xbox Game Pass costs $9.99/month and you can also bundle it with Xbox Live Gold as Game Pass Ultimate for $14.99 per month if you play on console.
Anyway, Microsoft have announced a fresh batch of games that will be coming to Xbox Game Pass. The included games are Saints Row 4: Re-Elected, Dirt Rally 2.0, Cities Skylines, and Bad North. Unfortunately, they did not mention when exactly these games will be arriving on the service, but it shouldn't take long before they appear in the library.
These games are some of the fan-favourites and players will certainly appreciate the offer. Saints Row 4 for example, is considered as one of the best in the series while the city-building simulator Cities Skylines is the pinnacle of the genre.
Dirt Rally 2.0 is a fairly new game, it released this year and the series is known as the Dark Souls of the racing sim genre. It's one that's pretty hard to master so don't even try if you're playing on mouse and keyboard.
Bad North is probably the least popular game on the list but that doesn't mean it's not worth your time. If you're into real-time tactics games, try defending an island kingdom from Vikings. If none of these games are your cup of tea, take a look at other titles in the .