New Xbox One Game Pass Games For September Announced

Bloodstained and Jump Force join the lineup.

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Now Playing: Bloodstained, Jump Force, & More Coming To Xbox Game Pass - GS News Update

Microsoft has announced another round of games coming to its Xbox Game Pass service to close out September. The lineup includes some surprising recent hits on Xbox One, and you can play them very soon.

First on September 19, the service will add the anime mash-up fighter Jump Force. You can fight alongside characters from Dragon Ball, Naruto, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and more. That date will also bring Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the Metroidvania revival from famed Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi.

Then on September 26, Game Pass subscribers will gain access to the tactics game Bad North, the muddy racer Dirt Rally 2.0, and the open-world creation game Lego Worlds.

This update is uncharacteristically fully devoted to Game Pass on console. Most Game Pass announcements recently have detailed some games available for Xbox One, others for PC, and some that will appear on both. The service comes in two separate tiers, with a combined "Ultimate" subscription that includes both along with Xbox Live Gold. The previous update, covering the first half of September, announced PC games including Bad North.

The announcement also had a reminder that Microsoft's latest big-budget first-party game, Gears 5, is available to play through Game Pass. That game set first-party opening week records for the company, which included Game Pass players in the count.

Xbox One Game Pass - September

September 19:

  • Jump Force
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

September 26:

  • Bad North
  • Dirt Rally 2.0
  • Lego Worlds

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