This May, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to an impressive lineup of new games, including Redfall, Weird West, and Ravenlok. These titles will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PCs, and mobile devices through Xbox Cloud Gaming. Read on to discover more about the exciting titles coming to Xbox Game Pass in May.
Redfall (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S) | New Games Coming to Xbox
Arkane Studios and Bethesda’s latest open-world FPS, Redfall, takes players to the vampire-infested island town of Redfall. Gamers can choose to play solo or with up to three friends in multiplayer mode, using unique characters with special skills to battle vampires and cultists.
Ravenlok (Cloud, Console, and PC) | New Games Coming to Xbox
Ravenlok, developed by Cococucumber, draws inspiration from classic fantasies like Alice in Wonderland. Players control young Kira as she battles monsters in an action-adventure setting using her sword, shield, and spells. Moreover, the game showcases an evolution of voxel graphics, moving beyond the traditional retro aesthetic.
Weird West: Definitive Edition (Xbox Series X/S) – May 8
Developed by WolfEye Studios and published by Devolver Digital, Weird West is an RPG set in a supernatural Wild West. Furthermore, players control multiple heroes, blending simulation, shooting, and fantasy elements into a single game experience.
Shadowrun Trilogy (PC) | New Games Coming to Xbox
The Shadowrun Trilogy brings three classic games to Microsoft consoles: Shadowrun Returns, Shadowrun Dragonfall, and Shadowrun Hong Kong. Moreover, these games, based on the tabletop RPG system, transport players to a futuristic world where magic and technology coexist.
Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 11
Launching on Xbox Game Pass, Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2 continues the thrilling adventures of children piloting a powerful tank. The sequel expands upon the turn-based battle system, offering more strategic options and a new event system.
- Besiege (Cloud, Console, and PC):
his popular physics-based game challenges players to create destructive machines to complete missions with specific objectives.
- Quantum Break (Console and PC):
Temporarily removed from Xbox Game Pass due to licensing issues, Remedy Entertainment’s adventure game Quantum Break makes its return, featuring time manipulation and an engaging storyline.
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In conclusion, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can anticipate an exciting month with new games such as Redfall, Weird West, and Ravenlok, along with the return of fan favorites Besiege and Quantum Break. Moreover, stay tuned for more updates and happy gaming!