Bethesda has announced that ten more of the company’s games are now included with Xbox Game Pass.
The news came during today’s Xbox & Bethesda Showcase as part of E3 2021. While most of these are fairly old, it’s still nice to see Bethesda’s library get rounded out. In addition to Bethesda’s first batch of Game Pass games, this latest addition now puts the company’s catalog at over 30 titles. And even more are on the way, like the just-announced Starfield.
The newly-added games that are available starting today include:
- Arx Fatalis (PC)
- Dishonored: Death of the Outsider (PC, Console, Cloud)
- Doom (Console, Cloud)
- The Evil Within 2 (PC, Console, Cloud)
- Fallout (PC)
- Fallout 2 (PC)
- Fallout 3 (PC, Console, Cloud)
- Fallout Tactics (PC)
- Rage (Console, Cloud)
- Wolfenstein II (PC, Console, Cloud)
Of course, this is all possible thanks to Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda last year. And although the company has backtracked on a pledge to not become Xbox exclusive, this is certainly more good news for Game Pass and Xbox gamers more broadly.