These are the games currently available on the Xbox Game Pass

Earlier today, Microsoft announced the introduction of a new monthly subscription service for its console, Xbox Game Pass. Now, we have a list of games that are already available on the service.


It is important to note that the subscription service is currently in Alpha preview and the company will be adding more games from big developers like THQ, 2K, and Codemasters as it nears launch. The service, which is being termed as "Netflix for games" is similar to other subscription-based models such as Sony’s PlayStation Now program for its consoles and EA Access for Xbox.

The list of the games currently available include:

Game

Console

A Kingdom for Keflings

Xbox 360

Banjo-Kazooie

Xbox 360

Comic Jumper

Xbox 360

Dark Void

Xbox 360

Defense Grid 2

Xbox One

Gears of War: Judgment

Xbox 360

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

Xbox 360

Halo: Spartan Assault

Xbox One

Hexic 2

Xbox 360

Jetpac Refuelled

Xbox 360

Kameo

Xbox 360

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

Xbox One

Monday Night Combat

Xbox 360

Ms. Splosion Man

Xbox 360

Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising

Xbox 360

Perfect Dark Zero

Xbox 360

Sacred 3

Xbox 360

Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space

Xbox 360

Sunset Overdrive

Xbox One

The Maw

Xbox 360

Viva Pinata

Xbox 360

Xbox Game Pass is different from the console's Games with Gold model which allows subscribers to claim selected games each month for free. Instead, the company will allow patrons to install games from its library, which will feature big titles such as Halo 5: Guardians in the near future, without actually purchasing them.The subscription will set you back $10 every month and you will be able to play the installed games for as long as you're a member of the service.

Source: Windows Central

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