Update: Well, we've been treated to a few surprises today! The original Quake been remastered and shadow-dropped on Xbox Game Pass for console, PC and cloud, while the PC service has also added two other Quake classics.
We've added them all to the list below.
Original story: It's Game Pass day! We've got three more games entering the service across console, PC and cloud today, and they're all new releases in Train Sim World 2, the sci-fi Metroidvania Recompile and interactive thriller Twelve Minutes.
Here are the new games you can download with Xbox Game Pass today:
Recompile: Xbox Series X, Series S, PC, Cloud
Witness the birth of sapient AI in this sprawling atmospheric hacking adventure.
Combining traditional Metroidvania mechanics with a dynamic branching narrative system, Recompile challenges players to explore, fight, hack and survive.
Train Sim World 2: Console, PC, Cloud
The evolution of train simulation! Master iconic locomotives on high-speed services, long freight hauls or precise commuter traffic, and get creative with customisation tools in this advanced sequel. Climb into the cab in Train Sim World 2.
Twelve Minutes: Console, PC, Cloud
TWELVE MINUTES is a real-time top-down interactive thriller with an accessible click and drag interface. Featuring James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley, and Willem Dafoe.
Quake (Enhanced): Console, PC, Cloud
Developed by the award-winning id Software, Quake® is the ground-breaking, original dark fantasy first-person shooter that inspires today’s retro-style FPS games. Now, experience the authentic, updated, and visually enhanced version of the original.
Quake 2: PC
Originally released by id Software in 1997, Quake® II is a fast-paced sci-fi first-person shooter. Outnumbered, alone and behind enemy lines you must destroy the Strogg defenses and assassinate their commander before they can attack Earth.
Quake 3: PC
Originally released by id Software in 1999, and powered by id Tech 3, Quake® III Arena is a fast-paced, competitive arena shooter where you are only as good as your reflexes.
Interested in any of these new Xbox Game Pass titles? Let us know in the comments.