Xbox Game Pass gains Halo: Reach, The Division, My Friend Pedro, and more in December

Microsoft announced over 50 games that are heading to its Xbox Game Pass subscriptions on PC and console during its X019 presentation last month. And now in December, a whole bunch of them are already landing for the two platforms.

Coming from Xbox Game Studios, Halo: Reach is already out and available since yesterday on both the PC and console subscriptions. Apart from that, there are two separate games lists to go through, filled with games that are all slated to land in the first half of December. See them below:

Xbox Game Pass for Console:

  • My Friend Pedro - December 5
  • Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - December 5
  • Demon’s Tilt (Day one launch) - December 6
  • Wandersong (Day one launch) - December 6
  • eFootball PES 2020 - December 12
  • Overcooked! 2 - December 12
  • Pathologic 2 (Day one launch) - December 12
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division - December 12

Xbox Game Pass for PC:

  • My Friend Pedro
  • Age of Wonders: Planetfall
  • Metro: Last Light Redux
  • Europa Universalis IV
  • Human: Fall Flat
  • Demon’s Tilt (Day one launch) - December 6
  • Faeria
  • Farming Simulator 17
  • Pathologic 2 (Day one launch) - December 12

To know when exactly the games on the PC version will be releasing, getting the Xbox Game Pass mobile app or following the Xbox Game Pass for PC official Twitter account is suggested. Also, these games should only be the first wave of December arrivals, as Microsoft likes to announce the titles coming in the second half of the month later on.

The Xbox beta app on Windows is also getting some new features next week, including the ability to see other players' profiles to view about their gaming history and achievement collection, setting achievement art as the desktop wallpaper, and applying themes to the app from games like Forza, Halo, and Gears franchises.

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