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5 best games on Game Pass that you’d buy anyway



Game Pass is the video game’s version of Netflix or Amazon Prime – a subscription service that brings a rotating library of free Xbox Game Pass games to Xbox and PC players.

The Game Pass, which was launched in February 2017, gives you access to over 100 high-quality games, with different plans to suit different people. Some play on their console, others on their PC.

Those who sign up pay a monthly subscription fee in exchange for access to their game library. It is much more affordable than paying for each platform’s library separately.

Here are some of the best games on Game Pass that will make your subscription worth it.

Inside

In this game, you play as a small boy investigating a factory/secret lab, exploring and puzzle solving your way through different challenges that could have you encounter unexpected ‘death’ a few times.

This is an adventure game that was published in 2016 by Playdead. This game is available on several platforms, including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. In 2017, this game was released for iOS.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

If you’re a fan of the movies or the comics, this is right up your alley.

The third-person shooter promises to keep you hooked while keeping the same dash of comic humor we’ve grown up watching and experiencing.

This fun adventure game takes you across the cosmos with your crew on a mission to save the universe.

Fifa 2022

Who hasn’t grown up with this legendary game? It’s possible you’ve already purchased the latest version. If you haven’t, buck up.

FIFA will only be one of the Xbox Gamepass games until 2023, so now is the time to put on that favorite club jersey of yours and win titles – or at least challenge for them.

This version comes with notable differences to Career Mode. It allows you to create your club, select some of the best players from other clubs and compete.

Mortal Kombat 11

This one’s sure to take you down a nostalgic route if you’ve grown up in the 2000s.

Its gruesome fights and entertaining finishes will keep you hooked as much as it would leave you in awe.

Mortal Kombat is such a well-produced series that it has to be included in any conversation about the best games on Game Pass.

Dead by Daylight

We’ve all grown up playing hide and seek in our neighborhood.  If you did, this one will evoke a sense of nostalgia.

Well, a little at least because even though the game is darker and a tad more brutal, it has some elements from the game that made many childhoods memorable.

You can join a team of four survivors working in tandem to plot an escape route against the enemy. You can either play as a killer or as a survivor. Both roles have their own charm in this game that will keep you hooked for hours.