In July, nine new games are added to Xbox Game Pass, while eight games are removed from the service.

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In addition to the new games, Microsoft has added touch capabilities to a number of its Xbox Game Pass Cloud Gaming titles.

Microsoft has unveiled the list of new Xbox Game Pass games that will be available in the first half of July. There have been nine new games added to the service, as well as eight games withdrawn.

The Xbox Game Pass now includes the following nine games:
Worms Fight (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Harvest of Iron (PC)
Remastered version of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (Console and PC)

(Game Preview) Prodeus (PC)

Nuts and Bolts on the Banjo-Kazooie (Cloud)

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

Beasts in a Gang (Cloud, Console, and PC)

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

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Because some of these games were added to Xbox Game Pass near the end of June, we’re counting them as July releases. Also, roughly midway through the month, Microsoft will release a second wave of game additions, which will let us to see the library of games grow.

We also know that Microsoft Flight Simulator will be added to Xbox Game Pass on July 27. Space Jam: A New Legacy – The Game will be available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers soon.

Several of Microsoft’s Cloud Gaming titles, including Dirt 5, Double Kick Heroes, Eastshade, Empire of Sin, Haven, Octopath Traveler, Torchlight III, and Yakuza: Like a Dragon, have received touch controls in addition to the new games.

Because new games are added to the Xbox Game Pass every month, some older games must be removed from the lineup. This month has been no exception, with eight games already gone. These games include the following:

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