Doom Eternal, Forza Motorsport 7 and Brutal Legend arrive in the Game Pass; EA Play on November 10
Forza Motorsport 7,one of the xbox's most popular first-party exclusives and one of the most popular games for the Pass, will finally enter the service on October 8. Published in October 2017, then before Microsoft introduced the "all exclusives in the Game Pass at day-one"rule, the stunning hybrid of arcade and simulation from Turn10 had so far been left out of service, a gap that is finally filled.
Perhaps aimed at a more niche audience, but equally resounding is the arrival in the Game Pass of Brutal Legend,a cult game made in the now distant 2009 by the Double Fine of the brilliant Tim Schafer, a studio recently acquired by Microsoft. Thanks to backward compatibility and inclusion in the Game Pass, a new generation of gamers will now be able to experience the heavy metal adventures of Eddie Riggs/Jack Black, again startingOctober 8.
And if this triptych of titles wasn't enough to keep you busy, Microsoft adds to the Ikenfellgame, turn-based RPG that will make its debut directly in the Game Pass, again onOctober 8.
But that's not all: Microsoft also took the opportunity to announce the date when EA Play,EA's subscription service that includes numerous games from the Californian publisher, will arrive in the Ultimate Game Pass: november 10th,the launch day of Xbox Series X and S. Get ready, from that date, to welcome an avalanche of EA titles: series such as Dragon Age, Dead Space, Battlefield, Mass Effect, FIFA, UFC, UFC
Please note that Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that, at a cost of 9.99 euros per month, allows you to play freely and unrestricted to all the titles included in the service, with new games that are added every month. You can buy it from this page on the Microsoft Store,or make a single subscription to Game Pass -Live Gold with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which you can purchase from this page.