Xbox Game Pass release dates – Three big games joining Game Pass in November
Microsoft has announced the next wave of Xbox Game Pass releases for the end of November. It all starts today with the release of Coral Island on Xbox Series X|S and on Cloud platforms. Taking its cues from Stardew Valley and Harvest Moon, the game tasks players with developing a farm, meeting townsfolk and designing your own home. It will be joined by Persona 5 Tactica on November 17, which is a day-one Game Pass release for Cloud, consoles and PC.
The role-playing spinoff features grid-based, turn-based combat with a cutesy art style.
“After a strange incident, the Phantom Thieves find themselves in grave danger until a mysterious revolutionary rescues them and offers a deal in exchange for their help,” reads the official description.
“Assemble an all-star team of heroes in a brand-new story in this thrilling combat adventure set in Persona’s iconic universe!”
Real-time strategy game Dune: Spice Wars joins Xbox Game Pass on November 28, alongside the hugely addictive Rollerdrome.
“A 4X real-time strategy game from the developers of the critically acclaimed Northgard,” reads the Dune: Spice Wars description.
“Set in Frank Herbert’s groundbreaking Dune universe, you must lead your faction and battle for control and dominance over the harsh desert planet of Arrakis.”
Rollerdrome sees players compete in a deadly game show featuring guns and rollerskates.
“Welcome to 2030. In a world where corporations reign and the lines between reality and performance are blurred, the public are kept distracted by a brutal new blood sport – Rollerdrome.
“Experience an adrenaline-pumping, third-person action shooter that blends high octane combat with tricking mechanics. Do you have what it takes to become the champion?”
It’s not all good news, however, as seven games will be leaving the service on November 30.
This includes Anvil, Battlefield 1943, Battlefield: Bad Company, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Disc Room, Eastward and Grid.
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