Although Aaron Greenberg told us that today’s roundtable event between Microsoft and Bethesda won’t have a lot of news, there was one morsel in which we fell deeply into our teeth. As it turns out, Xbox Game Pass is about to get deluded with Bethesda games. These games will be added tomorrow, so if you’re wondering what to play this weekend, Xbox Game Pass might be a good place to look.
Although Microsoft says Xbox Game Pass will have 20 games tomorrow, the truth is that it doesn’t get as much, as some of these titles like Fallout 76 And the Skyrim special edition It was already available through the service. However, the fact remains that there are a handful of Bethesda games joining the service tomorrow, and once that is done, there will be a total of 20 Bethesda games on the Xbox Game Pass.
Starting March 12, it will include the list of Bethesda games available via Xbox Game Pass insultingAnd the 2And the the deathAnd the The second deathAnd the Death 64And the Eternal deathAnd the New Vegas FalloutAnd the Fallout 4And the Fallout 76And the victimAnd the Anger 2And the The Elder Scrolls III: MorrowindAnd the The Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionAnd the The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special EditionAnd the Sheikh Scrolls onlineAnd the Inner evilAnd the Wolfenstein: The New OrderAnd the Wolfenstein: Ancient Blood, And the Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
This is a very extensive list, and the vast majority of these games will be available through all iterations of the Xbox Game Pass – console, PC, and cloud. There are only four exceptions to this: Morrowind And the Forget It will only be available on console and PC; Sheikh Scrolls online It will be available on the cloud and console; And the Fallout: New Vegas It will only be available on console.
In their announcement today, Microsoft and Bethesda said that a “handful” of these games will be able to take advantage of FPS Boost when played on Xbox Series X | S, but they didn’t say which titles would support the feature and promised more information soon. Even after this massive content drop, there are still a few Bethesda games that need to make their way to Game Pass. We’ll let you know when launched, so stay tuned.