On top of announcing November’s Games with Gold lineup, Microsoft has also revealed what’s coming to Game Pass. Here’s what’s new this month, and everything else players should know.
This month’s lineup is jam-packed with fan-favorite titles, leaving fans ecstatic with what’s to come this month. Even the latest entry of Microsoft’s Forza Horizon is planned to enter the service. To gain access to this library, Xbox Live users need to subscribe to Game Pass. To gain access to the PC titles, players can either opt-in for Game Pass PC or get everything all together with Game Pass Ultimate. Games frequently come and go from the library, keeping users content with the flow of titles.
Xbox Game Pass November 2021: What Games Are Coming?
Here is what’s coming this month on Xbox Game Pass, and what platforms they’ll be landing on:
- Minecraft (Java and Bedrock) – Nov. 2 on PC
- Unpacking – Nov. 2 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- It Takes Two – Nov. 4 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- Kill It With Fire – Nov. 4 on Console, PC, Cloud
- Football Manager 2022 – Nov. 9 on PC
- Football Manager 2022: Xbox Edition – Nov. 9 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- Forza Horizon 5 – Nov. 9 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition – Nov. 11 on Console and PC
- One Step From Eden – Nov. 11 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition – Nov. 11 on Console, PC, and Cloud
- Microsoft Flight Simulator: Game Of The Year Edition – Nov. 18 on Console and PC
- UnDungeon – Nov. 18 on Console and PC
- Evil Genius 2: World Domination – Nov. 30 on Console
Remember that free access to these games can only be granted with the Game Pass subscription for their respective platforms unless the user has Game Pass Ultimate. If the subscription is no longer active, players will have to buy these games to keep the fun going. When the subscription is reactivated, these games become available to play once again, complete with save data and everything.
With an impressive lineup of games, subscribers are raring to go get at the titles. The first November addition will be both versions of Minecraft on Xbox and PC, releasing Nov. 2.