Microsoft has contributed to the Gamescom festivities with their own Inside Xbox show today, during which they had plenty of announcements regarding titles coming to the Game Pass subscription service, including Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (PC), Devil May Cry 5 (console), and Stellaris, all of which are available starting today, although Stellaris is coming soon for console Game Pass subscribers.
On August 22 Ape Out is joining the PC Game Pass lineup as well, with Kingdom Come: Deliverance also landing that day for both PC and console players. On August 27 Bard's Tale IV: Director's Cut arrives for both PC and console too, with Blair Witch available for both PC and console as well on its August 30 launch date. Lastly, we also have the news that Dead Cells is coming to PC and console on September 5, so it's a busy few weeks for the service.
Microsoft has been making a big effort with PC as well, launching the Xbox Game Pass service and the Xbox app - both in beta - at E3 this year, and now updates have been shared, coming over the next few weeks. These include making it easier to find and play with friends; new ways to find and filter games within the Xbox app; more control over downloads and where they're stored; and the inclusion of Xbox Game Pass PC titles on the mobile app.
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