This week, Xbox confirmed another batch of 10 new games confirmed for Xbox Game Pass (November 2022). They are scheduled for the second half of November 2022. There will be a total of 10 new games, some of which will be day-one releases or game previews, that will be a mix of Xbox, cloud, and PC titles.
since the following lineup has been reveal. All of the November 2022 games previously announced for the first half of the month are already available on the subscription service. The first of the second batch of November games are currently available, with more to follow throughout the rest of the month.
list of New games for Xbox Game Pass (November 2022 Edition)
- Pentiment (Console, Cloud, and Windows) – Available Now
- Somerville (Console, Cloud, and Windows) – Available Now
- Dune: Spice Wars ((Windows) – Available Now
- Ghostlore (Windows) – Available Now
- Lapin (Console, Cloud, and Windows) – Available Now
- Norco (Cloud and Console) – Available Now
- Gungrave G.O.R.E (Cloud, Console, and PC) – November 22
- Insurgency: Sandstorm (Cloud and Console) – November 29
- Soccer Story (Console, Cloud, and Windows) – November 29
- Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (PC) – November 30
Pentiment and Somerville are two major games that were release on day one and that people have been excited about for a while. The first is a game by legendary developer Obsidian Entertainment that takes place in 16th-century Bavaria.
Jumpship, a developer, has released only one game to date. Somerville, although Dano Patti, the studio’s co-founder, is also re-nown as the co-founder of Playdead and a developer. Who worked on both Limbo and Inside. Soccer Story, Lapin, and Gungrave G.O.R.E. will all be available as day-one releases later in the month.
There is a lot to look forward to later in the month, with some significant games already released in Xbox Game Pass before those. One of them is Vampire Survivors, a title that was originally schedule for release in November. And that also happens to be among the greatest Steam games (and unquestionably among the best Steam Deck titles) to be added to Xbox’s subscription service this year.