Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that offers access to hundreds of games for a monthly fee, providing players with access to a variety of titles from indie gems to AAA blockbusters. However, it has drawbacks such as limited availability of some games and uncertainty of the monthly lineup.
For November 2023, Xbox Game Pass has confirmed six games that will be available on the service on day one. These include:
Xbox Game Pass Adds 6 New Games in November
- Plate Up!
- A party game that challenges players to cook and serve dishes in chaotic kitchens. It is similar to Overcooked, but with more customization and variety.
- Thirsty Suitors
- An action-adventure game that follows Jala, a South Asian woman who returns home and has to face her exes, the ‘thirsty suitors’. It features turn-based combat, skateboarding, and a vibrant art style.
- Football Manager 2024
- The most recent entry in the well-liked soccer management simulation series. It enables gamers to take charge of their preferred teams and guide them to success on and off the field.
- Dungeons 4
- a strategy game that places players in command of their own personal fantasy dungeon, where they may construct traps, hire minions, and repel intruders. It is a follow-up to Dungeons 3, which was likewise offered on Xbox Game Pass.
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
- a role-playing game that is a continuation of the venerable Yakuza series. It features former yakuza Ichiban Kasuga, who sets out on a mission to become a hero in contemporary Japan. It has mini-games, turn-based combat, and a lighthearted tale.
- Persona 5 Tactica
- A tactical role-playing game that is a spin-off of Persona 5. It follows the Phantom Thieves, a group of vigilantes who use their supernatural powers to change the hearts of corrupt people. It combines grid-based battles, social interactions, and exploration.
In the coming weeks, Microsoft is expected to reveal more games and announce which games will be leaving the service at the end of the month. Xbox Game Pass subscribers can look forward to a diverse and exciting lineup of games next month.