Tropico 6, Farming Simulator 19 and Bloodrots are coming to Xbox Game Pass in July

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Microsoft has revealed this morning the next wave of new Xbox Game Pass games coming to the catalog in July. This week, the construction and political simulation game Tropico 6 will be available on Console, PC, and Cloud on Thursday, July 8. On this same day, the Minecraft-like Dragon Quest Builders 2, which is already available on Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC will also become available on Xbox Cloud Gaming.

The MMA fighting game EA Sports UFC 4 will also join the EA Play list on July 8, meaning that it will also be available on Xbox via EA Play for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. Two new games will also join Xbox Game Pass on July 15 with Farming Simulator 19 and the indie action game Bloodrots, and unlike EA Sports UFC 4, both of them will be available on Xbox, PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Now that Microsoft is done upgrading its Xbox Cloud Gaming servers with custom Xbox Series X hardware, Bloober Team’s The Medium will also become available on Xbox Cloud Gaming on July 15. The survival horror game was the first exclusive Xbox Series X|S title to be released this year, and even though it’s set to be released in September on PlayStation 5, it will be coming first to Microsoft’s cloud gaming service.

Xbox Cloud Gaming is now generally available on Android, iOS devices, and PCs in 22 markets, and all you need to try it is an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription that costs just $1 for the first month. There are currently over 100 cloud-enabled games in the catalog, and many of them support touch controls on Android, iOS, and Windows devices. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate remains excellent value for gamers, and stay tuned for more Xbox Game Pass announcements later this month.

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