Xbox Game Pass Adds Four More Games Across Xbox One And PC

All this is on top of Grand Theft Auto 5 on Xbox One.


Microsoft has announced another slate of Xbox Game Pass games coming to the PC and console versions of the service through mid-January. The lineup includes two more Xbox One games, one PC game, and one cross-platform. As usual, Game Pass Ultimate members get access to both libraries.

On console, subscribers can get Frostpunk and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet on January 9, and then Tekken 7 on January 16. Frostpunk is also listed as "coming soon" to PC, possibly on the same date. Game Pass for PC subscribers will also get FTL: Faster Than Light.

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Microsoft notes these are on top of the recent surprise-release of GTA 5 on Game Pass for Xbox One. That will let you jump into the campaign or play the popular GTA Online mode, which recently got a big update in the form of the Diamond Casino Heist. The subscription also entitles you to some discounts on in-game DLC.

Game Pass operates as two separate subscription services, one for Xbox One and another for PC, each with their own separate libraries. You can access both with a Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which also includes Xbox Live Gold.

Xbox Game Pass - January

  • Frostpunk (PC/Xbox One)
  • Sword Art: Fatal Bullet (Xbox One)
  • Tekken 7 (Xbox One)
  • FTL: Faster Than Light (PC)

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