Final Fantasy VIII and Streets of Rogue Among 9 Other Games Coming To Xbox Game Pass this Month

An exclusive offer of 30-day Disney+ trial is also active for Game Pass Ultimate Users

Earlier this month, we had already heard about the games coming to Xbox Game Pass for November. It seems that those were not all, because Xbox has just published a new blog highlighting additional upcoming games. But before we jump to the games, here are a few reminders. EA Play will join Xbox Game Pass for PC on December 15. This will allow players to download all sorts of EA games from the available library. Further, EA Play is also coming to Xbox on November 10, but that would be exclusive to Game Pass Ultimate.

Here are all the games coming to Xbox Game Pass this month.

Arriving November 9

  • Gears Tactics – Android and Console

Arriving November 10

  • Destiny 2: Beyond Light – (Android and Console)
  • Planet Coaster: Console Edition (Android and Console)
  • Tetris Effect: Connected – (Console and PC)

Arriving November 12

  • Final Fantasy VIII Remastered – (Console and PC)
  • Gonner2 – (Android)
  • Streets of Rogue (PC)

Arriving November 17

  • Ark: Survival Evolved: Explorer’s Edition – (Android, Console and PC)
  • Halo MCC: Halo 4 – (PC)

Arriving November 19

  • River City Girls – (Android, Console and PC)
  • Star Renegades – (Android and Console)

Sadly, like every other month. Some games will also leave the Game Pass. Among these games are Darksiders 3, Munchkin, The Talos Principle, and Track: The Train Set Game.

Apart from games, there is also a new perk for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users. The perk will exclusively get you a 30-day trial of Disney+. Just note that its only for 18+ users, and you must have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Membership activated. In case you haven’t got the ultimate membership before, there is an offer running right now, in which Ultimate is only $1 for the first month. 

Moiz Banoori
Reading and Writing Everything identified with the game's industry since 2013. A colossal admirer of Rockstar and CD Projekt Games. I can recall my gaming memories, all the way back to Tetris & Pepsiman. We have come a long way.