The Outer Worlds Releases On Xbox Game Pass Soon; More Xbox One Titles Confirmed

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Xbox One owners who subscribe to either Game Pass for Console or Game Pass Ultimate will have a handful of titles to play as November approaches. Led by The Outer Worlds--which will actually be available on both the Xbox One and PC incarnations of Game Pass--this new crop of Xbox Game Pass titles include a bevy of experiences, from the indie to the expansive. Here's what you can look forward to playing over the next two weeks or so on Xbox One. And if you aren't already a member or need to extend your subscription, you might want to head to Taco Bell.

Headlining this assortment of Xbox Game Pass titles is Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas spiritual successor The Outer Worlds, which launches on October 25. Reviews have started to flood in and the expansive first-person RPG is receiving near-universal praise amongst critics. It'll be available right at launch through Game Pass on both Xbox One and PC.

Arriving before The Outer Worlds is Lonely Mountains: Downhill and Secret Neighbor, both of which release on October 23. Bite-sized roguelite Minit hits the Xbox Game Pass vault on October 24, followed by Afterparty on October 29, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars on October 31, and Subnautica on November 7.

Upcoming Xbox Game Pass Titles

  • Lonely Mountains: Downhill -- October 23
  • Secret Neighbor -- October 23
  • Minit -- October 24
  • The Outer Worlds -- October 25
  • Afterparty -- October 29
  • Lego Star Wars III -- October 31
  • Subnautica -- November 7

Earlier this month, Xbox Game Pass received an impressive delivery of games to its vault. These include Dishonored 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Yooka-Laylee, and more.

In our Outer Worlds review, editor Edmond Tran awarded the game a 9/10, saying, "[The Outer Worlds is] not a short game, but it's one packed with such a steady stream of wonderful characters to meet, interesting places to explore, and meaningful, multi-layered quests to solve, that it didn't feel like there was any room to get tired of it. The Outer Worlds is consistently compelling throughout, and it's a superb example of how to promote traditional RPG sensibilities in a sharp, modern experience."

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