Xbox Game Pass subscribers will receive the latest issue of eFootball PES 2020 this month, as well as the return of Tom Clancy’s The Division next week. And, oh yes, Halo: Access consoles and PCs as well.
The division, which stepped out of the Xbox Game Pass in March to make room for the sequel to Ubisoft Montreal, kicked off in 2016. Konami’s footballing title, which arrived in September and boosted Electronic Arts’ FIFA 20, set in the year 2012 by our view anyway. In any case, sports video games of the current year are a rarity in the libraries of premium services such as Games With Gold, PlayStation Plus, Game Pass and PlayStation Now.
The division and PES 2020 are supported by Halo: Reach for Xbox One and Windows PC. The 2010 chapter in Microsoft’s sci-fi shooter reveals that the Noble Team of the United Nations Space Command is tackling impossible odds in the ringworld called Reach, before the events of Halo: Combat Evolved.
Other highlights of the Xbox Game Pass in December are the daily launches of the indie games Demon’s Tilt and Wandersong. Demon’s Tit, which will arrive on Friday, December 6, is a shoot-em-up called the “Tribute to the 90s Video Pinball Games,” which features boss battles and other unlockable games Challenge hardcore pinball fans.
Overcooked 2 has also been a member of the Xbox Game Pass library since December 12th. The offer continues to apply to new subscribers of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: one free month of EA Access, three months of Discord Nitro and six months of Spotify Premium. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which combines Xbox Live Gold with access to the Xbox Game Pass library and provides Windows PC access to the catalog, costs $ 14.99 per month.