New games coming to Xbox Game Pass in June, July

Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
By Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
3 Min Read
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A total of 9 new games are heading to Xbox Game Pass in the following days of June and July 2021.

We already know a bunch of brand new games will come to Xbox Game Pass on launch day all along 2020 and 2021. Moreover, Xbox E3 also revealed and showcased all the new games that will release day one on Xbox Game Pass, every month for the rest of this year.

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Hence, the next batch of games are ready and will be coming soon to Xbox Game Pass in the coming days. Both AAA classic and indie titles make up the 9 new games hitting Xbox’s premium subscription service. From EA’s Need for Speed to indie mega-hit Limbo, the new lineup gives something for everyone.

The new games coming to Xbox Game Pass this June and July are:
  • Worms Rumble – ( Cloud, Console, PC)- June 23rd
  • Iron Harvest – (PC)- June 24th
  • Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered – (Console, PC)- June 24th
  • Prodeus – (PC)- June 24th
  • Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts – (Cloud)- July 1st
  •  Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling (Cloud, Console, PC)- July 1st
  • Gang Beasts (Cloud, Console, PC)- July 1st
  • Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (Cloud, Console, PC) – July 1st
  • Limbo (cloud, console, PC)- July 1st

Worms Rumble was already on PlayStation and coming to Xbox and Game Pass for the first time. Although the game deviates from the original Worms formula, it is still enjoyable for fans of the series. Not too highly rated. The game also supports cross-play with other platforms.

Iron Harvest is an interesting RTS game that combines a robot-mecha theme with a WW1 setting. NFS: Hot Pursuit was one of the great racers of its back when EA took NFS seriously. Almost loved by all, NFS alone will rack in many hours of nostalgic playthrough. While Gang Beasts are one of the best and pure fun co-op games out there.

On the other hand, Limbo is one of the finest indie titles one can play. Meanwhile, Bug Fables, Immortal Realms, Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts are on the less popular side. Mainly due to their bland and uninteresting gameplay. Although Bug Fables still holds quite well with its unique visuals and gameplay.

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Mahirul Alam Chowdhury is a writer and HR Manager at GameRiv.