Xbox Game Pass Adds Forza Horizon 5, Minecraft, GTA San Andreas, and More

Todd Brett
04 Nov 2021
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Xbox Game Pass is still the way to play AAA games for quite a modest payment monthly, and in November 2021, the roster will welcome some new titles. Both long-awaited and unexpected, they will surely find their audience and make Game Pass more attractive than before. These games will be available on Xbox, PC, and cloud gaming.

On November 2, the most important addition to Game Pass is Minecraft in both Java and Bedrock editions. Despite the game being iconic for more than a decade, it’s never too late to try it – or to rejoin the army of its fans. Unpacking is less famous, but still a great puzzle game.

Two days later, on November 4, Game Pass subscribers will enjoy It Takes Two, a multiplayer adventure platformer about a divorcing couple turned into dolls, and an action shooter Kill It with Fire. It’s a rare chance to face your arachnophobia and fight these spiders while they are virtual.

November 9 will bring Football Manager 2022 in PC and Xbox editions. Another day, the long-awaited Forza Horizon 5 will be added. We don’t know, though, how long it will remain available, but it’s a great way to try it.

On November 11, along with One Step from Eden, an action piece, here comes GTA San Andreas Remastered, one of the Trilogy that Rockstar Games releases this fall. The other games from the GTA Trilogy, though, will not be added to the Game Pass. To enjoy all the three remastered games, you will have to buy the complete release.

It’s not all that Microsoft prepares for November. What comes after November 11 is yet to be announced. Maybe the list will offer additions as loud as the titles above. They may include both day one releases and classical titles we have been enjoying for decades. But even the list we already have is a good reason to subscribe if not yet.

Have you been waiting for these releases? What games are the most awaited for you? Share your opinion in the comments below.

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