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Xbox Game Pass announces November additions, starting with Jusant out today

by Macky Briones

Xbox Game Pass subscribers have a lot to look forward to in November, as Xbox has announced the first set of games that will be added to the service. This includes several day one releases, giving players the opportunity to play these games as soon as they are released.

Starting from today, players can enjoy the pigeon party game Headbangers: Rhythm Royale, the climbing game Jusant from Life is Strange developer Don’t Nod, and the turn-based RPG Wartales. These games are available to play on cloud, console, and PC.

But that’s not all. Throughout the month, Xbox Game Pass will be adding more day one releases. On November 2nd, players can look forward to playing Thirsty Suitors, a game about grinding rails, home cooking, and duelling exes. On November 6th, Football Manager 2024 will be available on PC, while Football Manager 2024 Console will be available on cloud, console, and PC.

November 9th brings the release of Dungeons 4, a management simulation game, and Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, a turn-based RPG. On the same day, players can also expect to see Wild Hearts, EA’s successful take on Monster Hunter, on Game Pass. Then, on November 13th, the cozy life sim Spirittea will be added to the library.

One of the highly anticipated additions to Game Pass in November is Coral Island, a tropical farming simulation game. It will be released on November 14th, coinciding with its 1.0 release out of early access. This game will be available on cloud and Xbox Series X/S.

As new games are added to Game Pass, others will be leaving the service. Xbox has not specified the exact date when the following games will leave Game Pass: Coffee Talk, Exapunks, Ghost Song, Gungrave G.O.R.E, Football Manager 2023, Football Manager 2023 Console, Lapin, and Townscaper. If players want to continue playing these games, they will need to purchase them. However, Game Pass subscribers will receive a 20 percent discount on these games.

For more information on Xbox Game Pass and the many games available through the subscription service, players can check out a handy guide on Eurogamer’s website.

In conclusion, Xbox Game Pass is continuing to deliver an exciting lineup of games in November, with a mix of day one releases and other highly anticipated titles. Subscribers will have plenty of options to choose from and can enjoy playing these games on cloud, console, and PC.

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