20+ Games Available on Xbox Next Week; Get Ready For Fall With These Titles!

Great news, gamers and Xbox users! The roundup that covers the period from the 28th to the 1st of September will be published very soon and will feature some of the top titles. In just a few short days, we’ll get the opportunity to play a wide range of fantastic video games, some of which include Trine 5, Under the Waves, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, and the day one release of Sea of Stars on Xbox Game Pass. That is so great, right? Make sure you check out every single game that Xbox will add below.

Which Xbox games would you choose, and why do you think they are the best?

New Xbox Games Coming Out (August 28 and September 1)

Next week, the following games will be available on Xbox:

  1. Under the Waves (August 28)
  2. Sea of Stars (August 29)
  3. The Making of Karateka (August 29)
  4. Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The London Case (August 30)
  5. Call Of The Wild: The Angler (August 30)
  6. Daymare 1994: Sandcastle (August 30)
  7. Hundred Days Winemaking Simulator (August 30)
  8. Revhead (August 30)
  9. The Bridge Curse: Road To Salvation (August 30)
  10. Gourmet Warriors (August 31)
  11. How 2 Escape (August 31)
  12. Sacrifice Your Friends (August 31)
  13. Tenebris Pictura (August 31)
  14. Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy (August 31)
  15. Bomb Rush Cyberfunk (September 1)
  16. Cats and the Other Lives (September 1)
  17. Dreamers (September 1)
  18. Escape First Alchemist (September 1)
  19. Hexapoda (September 1)
  20. Starfield Premium Edition / Premium Upgrade (September 1)

The introduction of new Xbox games in September is sure to generate a lot of excitement, but there’s a good reason for that! For instance, if you purchase the Starfield Premium Edition or Premium Upgrade, you will be given the ideal scenario in which you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your prowess among the stars, discover new worlds with unrivaled freedom, and design whatever character you choose as you set out on an epic adventure to solve humanity’s biggest enigma. It’s rather impressive, don’t you think?

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