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These are all the new games announced for Xbox Game Pass during the Xbox Tokyo Game Show 2022

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Xbox has returned one more year to the virtual stage of the Tokyo Game Show 2022, with an event of about an hour or so, where we have had a lot of interesting news, focused on fans in Japan, throughout Asia and, especially, around the world. Those from Redmond have taken advantage of the excellent Xbox Game Pass service, since a large number of titles have been revealed that will arrive at launch and others such as Deathloop, which we already know when it will land on Game Pass, or Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Coming Out Today. So now, from the SomosXbox newsroom we show you all new games announced for Xbox Game Pass.

As confirmed by Microsoft via Xbox Wire, since Xbox Game Pass launched in Japan in 2020 and PC Game Pass launched in Southeast Asia earlier this year, the subscription service has seen many more players while continuing to evolve and improve. even more. So for all of them and the rest of Xbox Game Pass users around the world, these are all the new games announced for Xbox Game Pass during the Xbox Tokyo Game Show 2022.

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These are all the new games announced for Xbox Game Pass during the Xbox Tokyo Game Show 2022

Blazblue: Cross Tag Battle – Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass (Spring 2023)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

THE COLLISION IS INEVITABLE! THE IMPACT IS INEVITABLE! Move between 4 different universes. Play as characters from BlazBlue, Persona, Under Night In-Birth, and for the first time in a fighting game, RWBY.

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Guilty Gear Strive – Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass (Spring 2023)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

Experience the thrill of battle with the detailed mechanics and gorgeous animations of Guilty Gear -Strive-, the latest title in the cutting-edge Guilty Gear series!

Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch Remastered – Xbox Game Pass (Available Now)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

Return to the other world in Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered. The classic LEVEL-5 story returns with improved graphics and performance.

Danganronpa V3 – Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass (available today)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

A cast of 16 characters is kidnapped and imprisoned in a school. Inside, some will kill, some will die, and some will be punished. Reimagine what you thought was a frantic life-or-death investigation as you investigate murders and sentence your new friends to death.

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Dyson Sphere – PC Game Pass (October 13)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

Build the most efficient intergalactic factory in the Dyson Sphere Program space simulation strategy game! Harness the power of the stars, gather resources, plan and design production lines, and develop your interstellar factory from a small space workshop to a galaxy-wide industrial empire.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass (available today)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

Choose your destiny in Assassin’s Creed® Odyssey. Go from outcast to glory as you embark on an odyssey to uncover the secrets of your past and change the fate of ancient Greece.

Melodies of Steel – PC Game Pass (available today)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

Escape: Melodies of Steel is an RPG in which you must assign the protagonists to each of the tank’s turrets to face the enemies. Each child will have their own unique characteristics and abilities.

Deathloop – Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass (September 20)

new games announced for Xbox Game Pass

DEATHLOOP is a next-generation first-person shooter developed by Arkane Lyon, the award-winning creator of Dishonored. Two rival assassins are caught in a time loop on the mysterious island of Blackreef, doomed to repeat the same day over and over again.

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