Xbox Game Pass for PC continues to collect some absolute belters, with the likes of, , and headlining its new additions this month.
There’s loads more coming throughout December, too. Looking down the list we’ve got, and . Genuinely, if you’ve been looking for a good time to try out the Game Pass for its cheapo £1 / $1 first month deal, I think now might be your chance.
Id Software’s demon rip ‘n tear ’em up came out back in March, and it’s cool to see it hit the subscription service in the same year. Matt Cox thought it was well good in his, saying: “I’ve danced the bloody ballets of hell and beyond, and I’ve returned to tell you: they are dazzling.”
So, Doom Eternal is heading to Xbox Game Pass for PC tomorrow, and. It’s called the Super Gore Nest, and it plops even more big enemies in the game’s campaign, as well as adds various challenges for players to attempt to fight through.
“It wears its influences on its sleeve, sometimes to a fault, and though its most ‘gamey’ aspect is that of a bartending sim, that’s really just a well-integrated excuse for telling a humble story,” Sin wrote in her( ).
Those just a couple of the stand-out games for this month, though. Check outof December arrivals for PC below:
Unfortunately, a new month means a handful games are leaving the service. Here are the ones saying goodbye on December 15th:
- Age of Wonders: Planetfall (Console & PC)
- Infinifactory (PC)
- Metro: Last Light Redux (PC)
- MudRunner (Console & PC)
- Pathologic 2 (Console & PC)
- The Turing Test (Console & PC)
- Ticket to Ride (Console & PC)
It’s worth noting that while those bad boys are leaving on December 15th, on that very same date. So, if you have a Game Pass subscription, you’ll get access to EA’s big game library, where you can play stuff like the Dragon Age series, loads of Fifas, The Sims 4, and plenty more.
You can grab an Xbox Game Pass sub now for just, with the price going up to £8 / $10 monthly after.