Check out all of the new Xbox Game Pass games coming out in July.


The Xbox Game Pass for July 2021 has been revealed, and it includes nine brand new titles. Take a look at them…

For the first half of July, Xbox has new games accessible as part of the Xbox Game Pass. The service has received nine new games. Not only that, but by the end of June, eight games were removed off the list. Four of the nine new Xbox Game Pass games were launched at the end of June, but due to their release date, they are being classified as July games instead. You may play these games right immediately if you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription.

The full list of nine games coming to Xbox Game Pass in July is as follows:

Worms Rumble (Cloud, Console, and PC), Iron Harvest, June 23 (PC)

– Remastered version of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (Console and PC)

– Prodeus (Preview of the Game) (PC)

– Nuts & Bolts (Banjo-Kazooie) (Cloud)

– The Everlasting Sapling from Bug Fables (Cloud, Console, and PC)

– Beasts of the Gang (Cloud, Console, and PC)

– Vampire Wars: Immortal Realms (Cloud, Console, and PC)

– The state of limbo (Cloud, Console, and PC)

The above list also specifies which platforms these new games are available for.

By the middle of the month, Xbox usually adds a second batch of games, so fans should expect another Xbox Game Pass announcement shortly. According to previous sources, the Microsft Flight Simulator will be released on the Xbox Game Pass on July 27. In addition, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users may now play Space Jam: A New Legacy – The Game, a partnership for the next film.

Touch controls have also been incorporated to many of Xbox’s Cloud Gaming titles. Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Dirt 5, Empire of Sin, Haven, Octopath Traveler, Torchlight III, Double Kick Heroes, and Eastshade are among the games that support touch control as of the beginning of this month.

Every month, certain titles depart the Xbox Game Pass, and nine games left at the end of June. These are the nine games:

– Nightwar: Battle Chasers

– Infinite Marvel vs. Capcom

– Overcast

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– Baseball Outside the Park 21

– The Wilds of the Outer Limits

– Soulcalibur VI is a fighting game developed by Capcom.

– The Communicator

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