Xbox Game Pass November 2021
by on Nov 1, 2021

Xbox Game Pass November additions include GTA: San Andreas TDE, It Takes Two & Forza Horizon 5

Xbox Game Pass subscribers are to be quite spoilt for choice this November, as a host of big name games have been announced for the service.

The previously-revealed Minecraft bundle featuring both the Java and Bedrock editions lands first on PC tomorrow. That’s joined by the launch of zen puzzle game Unpacking which lands on Cloud, Console and PC. Co-op adventure It Takes Two arrives next, on Cloud, Console and PC on November 4 via EA Play. Then you’ll be offing spiders with extreme prejudice in Kill it With Fire, arriving on the same day.

Sports strategy fans will be pleased with the arrival of Football Manager 2022 on November 9. That comes in two flavours, the standard PC edition and the living room-screen-tweaked Xbox Edition on Cloud, Console and PC. The same day also heralds the arrival of Playground’s spectacular open world racing adventure. Forza Horizon 5 drives us to Mexico on Cloud, Console and PC on November 9.

The heavy hitters don’t stop there. On November 11, Console subscribers will get to enjoy one part of the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition when Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas The Definitive Edition lands on the service. Finally, One Step from Eden rounds off the first half of the month, arriving on Console and PC the same day.

A few games will be departing Xbox Game Pass on November 15. You’ve got two weeks left to play or use your subscription to get a 20% discount and keep the following:

  • Final Fantasy VIII HD (Console and PC)
  • Planet Coaster (Cloud and Console)
  • Star Renegades (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Streets of Rogue (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Gardens Between (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • River City Girls (Cloud, Console, and PC)

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