There is no doubt that users of Xbox have been able to take advantage of their new consoles with all the launches of this last year. The 2021 is already coming to an end, but there are still a couple of things that are worth trying on your X | s and Microsoft it makes us know.

Through a new publication at Xbox Wire , Matt Booty , head of the Xbox Game Studios , has shared a list composed mostly for First-Party premieres, and although many of them You already know them, and surely until you played them, there are also a few news.

  • Age of Empires IV: For 24 years, Age of Empires has positioned itself as a key franchise for Microsoft , and next October 28 , the fourth Delivery of this series will eventually come to our hands and yes, it will be at Game Pass.

  • Minecraft: The masterpiece of mojang will come to xbox game pass on November 2, but that s not all, since seasonal adventures Minecraft Dungeons and Caves & Cliffs: Part II More forward this year.

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– Forza Horizon 5: The fifth installment of this acclaimed Saga will debut the November 9 , with Access Anticipated from November 5 . Remember that you can enjoy it at xbox series X | S, Xbox One, PC and Steam . Also available with Game Pass.

  • Microsoft Flight Simulator: Game of the Year Edition: The next November 18 This free update will be launched for existing players, and will include five new aircraft, eight new airports, new Discovery Flights and tutorials. You can also wait for support for dx12.

  • Halo infinite: The last, but definitely not least, we have the launch of halo infinite for December 8 . Like many others on this list, the new proposal of 343 Industries will arrive at Game Pass and the members of the version Ultimate will also receive bonuses multiplayer monthly as part of their Perks .

But that s not all, since the next one November 15, xbox will carry out a transmission to celebrate the 20 years of the brand and halo . Booty Highlight that during this event there will be no revelations about games, but rather it will be a retrospective look at the legacy of xbox .

Via: xbox wire