Xbox Game Pass Adds Remastered Classics And Spooky Adventures

Full Throttle, Five Nights at Freddy's, and Celeste are just some of this month's Xbox Game Pass highlights.

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Xbox Game Pass is expanding its library once again, with a selection of games for Xbox One, PC, and Android devices all available now. Remastered classics and a few scarier games highlight the additions, which include developer Sunhead's charming exploration and puzzle game Carton.

On the classic side you can experience remastered versions of some of the best games from LucasArt's golden age of point 'n click adventures, such as Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle, and Grim Fandango. If you'd prefer something spookier, cult classic Five Nights at Freddy's will remind you to never trust animatronic fast food mascots.

Roguelite platformer ScourgeBringer and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds join Xbox Game Pass on Android, and Unruly Heroes arrived today, while modern helicopter shooter Comanche, co-op first-person shooter Deep Rock Galactic, and the leisurely exploration game Eastshade will be available from November 5. If you'd like to push your thumbs and your mind to their very breaking point while engaging in a touching story of overcoming the mountain in front of you, Celeste has you covered on that day as well.

On November 17 you'll be able to experience a prehistoric and brutal world in Ark: Survival Evolved: Explorer's Edition. This version combines the base game with the Scorched Earth, Aberration, and Extinction expansion packs. Each expansion will also be available as separate downloads.

Here's the full list of Game Pass games coming to a variety of platforms that support the subscription service:

Coming to Xbox Game Pass from October 27

  • Carto (Console & PC) ID@Xbox – Out now
  • Day of the Tentacle Remastered (Console & PC) – Out now
  • Five Nights at Freddy's (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – Out now
  • Full Throttle Remastered (Console & PC) – Out now
  • Grim Fandango Remastered (Console & PC) – Out now
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (Android) ID@Xbox – Out now
  • ScourgeBringer (Android) ID@Xbox – Out now
  • Unruly Heroes (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – Out now
  • Celeste (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – November 5
  • Comanche (PC) – November 5
  • Deep Rock Galactic (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – November 5
  • Eastshade (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – November 5
  • Knights and Bikes (Console & PC) ID@Xbox – November 5
  • Ark: Survival Evolved: Explorer's Edition (Android, Console & PC) ID@Xbox – November 17

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks, which can be claimed by going to your Perks gallery, include a few creepy bonuses beginning today, October 29. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds gamers can grab the October Horror Pack, Dead by Daylight players can claim the Curtain Call Bundle, and Warframe players will receive the Gauss Bundle. If you're also wanting to watch a zombie romantic-comedy version of Romeo and Juliet, you'll be able to rent Warm Bodies

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks

  • PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds October Horror Pack - Bloody Nurse costume, Rip Tide SKS weapon skin and 20,000 BP
  • Dead by Daylight Curtain Call Bundle - Clown (Killer) and Kate Denson (Survivor) characters, free cosmetics for both
  • Warframe Gauss Bundle – A free Warframe, rifle, and cosmetic
  • Dead Bodies – Free movie rental, US only

Microsoft will be clearing up some space to make room for the new arrivals, and you can expect the following games to leave Game Pass, including Lego Star Wars III, After Party, and Tacoma. If you want to keep any of these, Game Pass members will receive a discount when buying the digital versions.

Leaving Xbox Game Pass On October 30

  • After Party (Console)
  • Lego Star Wars III (Console)
  • Rise & Shine (Console)
  • Tacoma (Console & PC)
  • The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game (Console & PC)
  • The Red Strings Club (PC)

Other games were added to Xbox Game Pass earlier this month such as Heave Ho, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse, and Katana Zero. The most noteworthy new addition was real-time strategy game Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition which revived the 2005 game with new detailed 4K graphics, new game modes, all previously released expansions, and two new civilizations, the Swedes and Inca, to play as.

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