Xbox Game Pass is further bolstering its lineup today with three new titles coming to the service. We've got a pretty broad range of games hitting the library today, including a racer, an RPG and an RTS title.
Here's a little more on the three new games coming to Xbox Game Pass on July 21st:
MotoGP 22 (Console, PC, Cloud)
Explore all the contents of the 2022 season in the MotoGP™ classes and in all the other categories. More than 120 riders, over 20 official circuits and all the excitement of the official championship are waiting for you. And if you want to take a leap into the past, over 70 historic champions will let you relive the best of MotoGP™ history.
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion (PC)
Take the battle for galactic supremacy to its ultimate level in Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion – a standalone RT4X game that combines the tactics of real-time strategy with the depth of the 4X genre (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate).
Torment: Tides of Numenera (Console, PC, Cloud)
Torment: Tides of Numenera is a thematic successor to one of the greatest RPGs ever created. The new game explores similar deep and personal themes of life, mortality, and sacrifice, challenging players to take intellectual stances and make moral decisions.
Which of these new Game Pass additions will you be taking a look at? Vote in the poll and let us know!
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I own Numenera… got about an hour and a half into it before realizing that while I enjoy dialogue in games I’m not very much into dialogue driven ones.
I’m sure it’s right up someone else’s alley though. Torment looked like a blast too Ngl but I don’t have enough patience.
@Dusk_Actual Does it have online coop by any chance?
Torment is the title that has appeal.
I tend to prefer jap style lightweight rpgs to these Western isometric ones, Id rather fight endless succesions of creatures than work through deeper options in conversation wheels and dialogue trees, so Im a little concerned it might be deeper than I normally like.
But thats the beauty of GP, I can try it and see if I like it with nothing lost!
@Bartig iirc it’s single player only
Torment's a gem of a cRPG, and a must for anyone who enjoyed Pillars of Eternity (it's even built on its engine). A lot of reading, but genuinely worth it.
Gamepass PC has quietly become very good. It is stacked with great RTS games.
Torment has excellent writing, definitely worth checking out.
@Dusk_Actual This is what puts me off Disco Elysium. I’ve heard great things about the game, but am worried I won’t have the patience for all the dialogue. I’m hoping it will come to GP or PS+ extra!
@Nightcrawler71 I gave Disco a whirl. It’s not bad, just not my cuppa. I might not be Bohemian enough to fully appreciate it jk
I couldn’t get over not knowing what the choices were gonna do. Maybe I’ll revisit one day.
Definitely would be good for GP. Wish I could gift you my already purchased digital copy. I’d do it in a heartbeat.
@Titntin It's the total opposite for me, in WRPGs I throw all my stats into INT/CHA and go completely for dialog tree combat wherever possible. The more situations I can negotiate/hack through, the better! I love JRPG battling, too, of course, but the whole thrill of WRPGs is that non-combat potential on quests totally unique to the genre. For me, the decline of the deeper conversational trees with more action-oriented WRPGs after, say, Fallout 2 and Baldur's Gate 2 at the height of it has been a downfall of WRPGs, so Obsidian, Bethesda, and Eidos Montreal are the last bastions of goodness
@Dusk_Actual yeah it’s a shame you can’t pass on digital games, thanks for the offer though! 👍
So many awesome crpgs. I'm in old school heaven! Bring back Ultima EA.
Realy liking Motogp22 so far. Was thinking of buying it the day before it was announced for gamepass. Glad I didn't buy it yet.
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