Microsoft has just revealed the next games coming to Xbox Game Pass in October, which include the previously announced Doom Eternal. The sequel to the critically-acclaimed 2016 reboot will be available on Xbox consoles and Android devices (via Cloud Gaming) on October 1, and the PC version will be available on Xbox Game Pass for PC later this year.
Doom Eternal is likely the first in the series of new Bethesda games coming to Game Pass following Microsoft’s acquisition of parent company ZeniMax Media for almost 8 billion dollars. In addition to new Bethesda games, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members will also get access to the EA Play Library on Console starting November 10, with Windows 10 to follow in December.
In addition to Doom Eternal, the coop village building game Drake Hollow is the second new game that will be available on October 1, though this one will be PC-only. Three more games will follow on October 8 with Brütal Legend (Console), the [email protected] game Ikenfell (Console & PC), and Forza Motorsport 7 on Console, PC, and Android. The latter has been released three years ago and will join the popular Forza Horizon 4 on the catalog.
Along with these new Xbox Game Pass titles, the Xbox team also revealed today that the following games will leave the catalog on October 15:
- Felix the Reaper (Console & PC)
- Metro 2033 Redux (Console & PC)
- Minit (Console & PC)
- Saints Row IV Re-Elected (PC)
- State of Mind (PC)
Microsoft will likely announce more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in the second half of October, as it usually does every month. If you have yet to subscribe to Xbox Game Pass, we remind you that you can get your first month of subscription for just $1.