Microsoft has announced which games will be joining the Xbox Games Pass service in July, heading up the upcoming month's additions to the service with the Xbox One release of co-operative first person biff-em-up Warhammer: Vermintide 2.
As per the announcement, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 will drop on July 11 and will join a host of new games added to the service during the month including rally racer DiRT 4 and shooter Zombie Army Trilogy, underwater exploration game Abzu and metroidvania-alike Shadow Complex Remastered on the first of the month.
RPG fans will be well served with two Bethesda titles also joining the service on July 1, with both Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion up for grabs. Those are the ones with Liam Neeson and Patrick Stewart in, respectively. There's also physics game Human Fall Flat on the same day, followed by strategy Bomber Crew dropping on July 10.
All these join the over 100 games already on the service. As always, Xbox Game Pass costs just shy of £8 per month or there's a 14 day free trial available via the Microsoft Store.