Xbox Game Pass subscribers will gain access to several more games throughout the first couple weeks of August, including some day one releases like Two Point Campus and Turbo Golf Racing.
Here’s the full statement from Xbox Wire, the console’s official news blog:
Today, subscribers can already try out Ghost Recon Wildlands, another installment of the perpetual military shooter. This entry released way back in 2017, but it may be worth revisiting. You can even try the game via cloud, so you don’t have to worry about console space or download time if you have decent internet.
Wildlands used modern gameplay mechanics like story-altering decisions and open-world exploration. It also offers co-op, which can sometimes be difficult to come by, if not in the shooter genre.
The most exciting additions to the Game Pass are probably Turbo Golf Racing and Two Point Campus, which will respectively become available on August 4th and August 9th.
The former is a fun twist on Rocket League with an actual race, while Two Point Campus looks to be as hilarious and creative as Two Point Hospital.
Crossing humor with a familiar reality was very effective in the original, and thanks to a series of live streams leading up to launch, Two Point Campus has lots of promise:
Shenzhen I/O, the puzzle game inspired by genuine electronics engineering, will be available on August 4th. However, August 11th is the next big date to consider, bringing three more games. These include Cooking Simulator, Expeditions: Rome, and real-time strategy title Offworld Trading Company.
Cooking Simulator adds more pressure to the simulation genre, which generally focuses on relaxation, as in Lawn Mowing Simulator or Farming Simulator 22. It seems like a fun way to become familiar with kitchen equipment or recipes that would otherwise be out of reach.
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