It has been a Microsoft-news heavy day today with Activision-Blizzard joining the Xbox family and Game Pass hitting 25 million subscribers. But the company isn't done with making announcements yet. Right after Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Outer Wilds, and others from earlier in the month, the latest Xbox Game Pass unveilings from today reveals bring even more high-profile releases to the subscription platform.
On top of previously announced games for the month like full Hitman Trilogy and Rainbow Six Extraction (plus Siege for PC), Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Death's Door, Nobody Saves the World, Windjammers 2, and more incoming.
Here are the announced games and their arrival dates:
- Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary (Cloud, Console, and PC) – Available now
- Nobody Saves the World (Cloud, Console, and PC) – Available now
- Death’s Door (Cloud, Console, and PC) – January 20
- Hitman Trilogy (Cloud, Console, and PC) – January 20
- Pupperazzi (Cloud, Console, and PC) – January 20
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction (Cloud, Console, and PC) – January 20
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: Deluxe Edition (PC) – January 20
- Windjammers 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – January 20
- Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Console and PC) – January 27
Keep in mind Rainbow Six Extraction, Nobody Saves the World, Taiko no Tatsujin, Pupperazzi, and Windjammers 2 are day one releases on to the subscription platform.
For cloud gaming users, Microsoft is adding touch controls to these games:
- Anvil (Game Preview)
- Exo One
- The Forgotten City
- Nobody Saves the World
- One Piece Pirate Warriors 4
- Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator
- Stardew Valley
- Death’s Door (January 20)
At the same time, these games will leave the service at the end of the month:
- Cyber Shadow (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Nowhere Prophet (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Prison Architect (PC)
- Xeno Crisis (Cloud, Console, and PC)
With January announcements out of the way, it will be February when the Game Pass team brings in more games outside of surprise silent drops. Total War: Warhammer III is one of these February releases onto the PC Game Pass on day one. Moreover, Activision-Blizzard games are now on the horizon for the platform, though it's unclear how long it will take for them to start landing. Head over here to discuss the latest Microsoft acquisition and its effects.