Xbox Game Pass: the list of free games for July

El más destacado es Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered. Foto: Game Pass

Xbox announced the list of games coming to Game Pass from this Saturday, June 26 through next Thursday, July 1. In this way, those in Redmond have confirmed the new wave of titles that can be downloaded for free on their subscription service, both on Xbox consoles, PC, and xCloud.

Without a doubt, the most prominent is Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered. The remaster of the Criterion installment is now available on EA Play from June 24th. Users subscribed to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be able to access it without restrictions. Here's the full schedule.

Titles that are already available since June 24

  • Iron Harvest. It is a strategy game with a 'dieselpunk' style that presents us with an alternate story in which the first world war was something different. We can add it to our PC library.
  • Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered. This intense illegal racing game is coming to Xbox Game Pass for consoles and PC thanks to EA Play.
  • Proteus. It is an action game by Bounding Box Software and Humble Bundle for PC with a graphic section that maintains the retro aesthetic with the most advanced technology.

Since July 1

  • Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts. The first of the games coming to Xbox Game Pass in July 2021 will be the version of Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts for xCloud.
  • Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling. This curious RPG, which more than one will remember the Paper Mario saga for its visual style and humor, will be available for consoles, PC, and xCloud.
  • Gang Beasts. Another fun 'party game' to enjoy with family and friends. Crazy Gang Beasts fights will hit consoles, PC, and xCloud thanks to Xbox Game Pass in July 2021.
  • Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars. It is a strategy game that we can enjoy in Game Pass and that asks us to manage a vampiric empire with turn-based battles and a card system. We'll have it for consoles, PC, and xCloud.
  • Limbo. One of the great classics of the indie world will also join the service in July for consoles, PC, and xCloud.

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