Microsoft’s game pass Subscription services are adding two new games for July 11: common ground And Uprising: Sandstorm. The former is available in the cloud, console, and PC versions of Game Pass, while the latter is only available in PC Game Pass.
These two titles follow what has been a bit of a hiatus for Game Pass. No game has been previously added since July 6th, which is not uncommon, but every game this month has a tough task to keep track of. Xbox Game Pass was added on July 5th grand theft auto 5 While the return will likely be short-lived, there’s no doubt that many fans will flock there. It remains consistently at the top of the charts even though it was originally released in 2013. Game Pass also added it Arcade Paradise, Sword and Fairy: Together ForeverAnd McPixel 3 since early July.
Uprising: Sandstorm is a team-based first-person shooter, but players cannot go wild and hope for victory. It places great emphasis on tactical gameplay combined with melee combat and goal-oriented gameplay. Overall, it’s a solid alternative to call of Duty albeit different in many respects. on OpenCritic, Uprising: Sandstorm is rated “Strong” with a top critic average of 79 and 60% of critics recommend the shooter.
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Game Pass List for July 11th
- Common’hood (Cloud, Console, PC)
- Uprising: Sandstorm (PC)
In the meantime, common ground There aren’t that many reviews. However, it has about 232 mixed reviews on Steam and is described as a community building economy management game with base building. Players will experience much of the traditional survival gameplay such as B. Building a house, digging up resources, growing food, etc. And considering the popularity of survival simulation games in the Xbox Game Pass, it could find its home and community in the service of Microsoft.
Of course, there is still a lot in sight if one of these games does not trigger the right appeal among subscribers. Capcom’s multiplayer dinosaur game exoprimal launches on July 14, while Technotica And The cave started the service on July 18. Microsoft is also expected to unveil more additions to Game Pass relatively soon, proving again and again why it’s considered the most consumer-friendly service in the industry.
Xbox Game Pass Subscribers get a handful of games each month.
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