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Xbox unveiled the first wave of games coming to its subscription platform, Game Pass, in September. It’s a dazzlingly diverse offering for the coming weeks. Charming Disney-fied sim game Dreamlight Valley launches today, while other offer include rhythm titles, real-time strategy, and physics-based racing games.
Day one releases for September include the Adventure Life Sim Disney Dreamlight Valley and Train Sim World 3, both launching today. Other day one releases include race title You Suck at Parking (September 14), rogue-esque Despot’s Game and rhythm FPS Metal: Hellsinger (both September 15).
Other titles on the way include puzzle game Opus Magnum (launching today), RTS title Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation, and DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace (both September 13). Racing game Grid Legends has also launched via EA Play.
Unfortunately, as with the latest wave of games, subscribers are again losing several excellent games. This time around, the games include A Plague Tale: Innocence, Aragami 2, Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling, Craftopia, Final Fantasy XIII, Flynn: Son of Crimson, I Am Fish, Lost Words: Beyond the Page, Mighty Goose, SkateBird, and The artful escape. They all leave Game Pass on September 15th.
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