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Alan Wake, Cities: Skylines and Minecraft Dungeons, new Xbox Game Pass games

Alan Wake, Cities: Skylines and Minecraft Dungeons, new Xbox Game Pass games

Microsoft dates several of the titles that are or will be available on the console service in the coming days.

That Alan Wake was going to be one of the Xbox Game Pass additions both on console and on PC is something that had been previously confirmed. The cult game from Remedy Entertainment is available on the service from this May 21. This has been announced by Larry Hryb, better known as 'Major Nelson', on his official Twitter account. The complete information has been published on the Xbox website, which also announces the arrival of Cities: Skylines and Minecraft Dungeons on console.

Alan Wake is a frustrated and without ideas writer who decides to go live with his wife in the remote town of Bright Falls. However, what appears to be a great idea turns to tragedy when his wife mysteriously disappears. Since then, Alan has entered a nightmarish spiral within a video game that adopts the thriller genre. Playable, it is a third person shooter, so we will have to hold the weapon against the strange creatures that will appear on our way. Cities: Skylines is another of the video games that can be played right now. The title invites us to build a city from scratch and manage each of its aspects (and problems).

Minecraft Dungeons is one of the new titles from Xbox Game Studios, so it will be released on Xbox Game Pass from day one. Starting May 26, players will be able to delve into the dungeons, uncover secrets and solve the mysteries hidden deep within, all with the aesthetics and part of the fundamentals of the popular Mojang saga.

All games that will leave the service

Starting May 29, some of the titles that are now among the more than 100 video games available will say goodbye, at least for a time. These are the games that will disappear on console.

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