Xbox Game Pass Reveals 12 Games Coming in July

Xbox this week announced a new set of Xbox Game Pass games set to release in July, with 12 titles confirmed this time. Some of those games are day one releases, as we’ve come to expect from Xbox Game Pass, while others are already out and we’re looking forward to the coming weeks. In a surprising turn of events, some games have also returned to the Xbox Game Pass catalog after being previously removed.

The new Xbox Game Pass additions start today on Tuesday and there are now four games available. One of these, a day one release, is Last call BBS. The others are three Yakuza games that were previously available through Xbox Game Pass and are now back alongside all the other Yakuza games already available through the service.

The full lineup of games we know for July so far can be found below, along with details regarding when the games will launch and which platforms they’ll be available on.

First Xbox Game Pass games for July

  • Last Call BBS (PC) ID@Xbox – Available Today
  • Yakuza 0 (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available Today
  • Yakuza Kiwami (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available Today
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available Today
  • DJMax Respect V (Cloud, Console and PC) ID@Xbox – July 7
  • Matchpoint: Tennis Championships (Cloud, Console and PC) ID@Xbox – July 7
  • Road 96 (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 7
  • Escape Academy (console and PC) ID@Xbox – July 14
  • My Friend Peppa Pig (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 14th
  • Overwhelm (PC) ID@Xbox – July 14
  • PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls (Cloud, Console & PC) – July 14
  • PowerWash Simulator (Cloud, Console and PC) – July 14

Of the games listed there, Last Call BBS, Matchpoint: Tennis Championships, Escape Academy, and PowerWash Simulator are all-day releases, so don’t worry about buying those separately if you already have your eye on them and have an active one. Xbox have Game Pass subscription.

As those who regularly browse Xbox Game Pass catalogs know, this announcement shared today only covers the first half of July’s games. With these drops ending on July 14, you can expect Xbox to confirm another batch of games later in the month to wrap up at the end of July.

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