These are the new games coming to Xbox Game Pass during October 2022.
After announcing the games that would come to Xbox Game Pass in October 2022, Microsoft has taken advantage of the launch of A Plague Tale: Requiem, available on the subscription service from the day of its release, to announce the new games that will arrive over the next few days.
Amnesia: Collection (Cloud, Console and PC) – October 20
The Amnesia collection, which includes the first three titles in the horror saga, is the first new thing on Xbox Game Pass these days. The collection starts with Amnesia: The Dark Descentwhich puts players in the shoes of Daniel through mysterious corridors where Daniel’s disturbing memories and the horror that lies deep inside are recreated.
The collection includes the sequel Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, sequel in which the wealthy industrialist Oswald Mandus wakes up in his bed consumed by fever and tortured by the vision of a dark and infernal. Lastly, it also includes Amnesia: Justinea minor game with a series of tests conceived by a sick mind.
Amnesia: Rebirth (Cloud, Console and PC) – October 20
Amnesia: Rebirth is the third great installment of the horror saga, starring Tasi Trianon, who wakes up in the desert in Algeria. After spending several days, he decides to discover where he has been, what he has done and where others are by following the tracks of his own journey as he gathers the fragments of his shattered past while having only one chance to survive the merciless horror that threatens to engulf him. .
Phantom Abyss (Game Preview) (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S) – October 20
Soma (Cloud, Console and PC) – October 20
Persona 5 Royal (Cloud, Console and PC) – October 21
The RPG experience of Persona 5 Royal is also coming to Xbox Game Pass for you to players enjoy as the Joker joining the Phantom Thieves of Hearts. The game version, which adds new characters, confidants, a new story, new places to explore, and more, takes place over a semester at Shujin Academy to strengthen skills in the metaverse and in everyday life.