Xbox announces five new games coming for free to Game Pass – and four of them are day-one releases

XBOX fans get another batch of free games, including four day one releases and a very recent Batman game.

Microsoft announced on Tuesday the lineup of Xbox Game Pass games for the second half of September 2023.

Cash heist co-op shooter Payday 3 is among the games available for free on Game Pass this September


Cash heist co-op shooter Payday 3 is among the games available for free on Game Pass this SeptemberPhoto credit: Deep Silver
A year later, Gotham Knights plays better than it did upon release, and Game Pass subscribers can play it for free


A year later, Gotham Knights plays better than it did upon release, and Game Pass subscribers can play it for free

Party animals comes September 20thand it’s a brand new game where you choose an animal to fight against your friends.

The cute party brawler promises varied game modes and you can choose from a pool of 12 animals, from corgies to dinosaurs.

If you dream of pulling off the perfect money heist à la “Ocean’s Eleven” or the Netflix series of the same name, then Payday 3 is your game.

Release of Game Pass on the day of its release, 21st SeptemberPayday 3 is a co-op shooter where you can team up with up to three friends to plan and carry out heists.

The stealth system from previous games in the series has been completely rebuilt, so you can now switch to full-fledged sneaky mode.

At September 29thGame Pass subscribers receive cocoon as a day one release.

From one of the creators of the indies Limbo and Inside, this new adventure has you jumping between worlds to uncover a cosmic mystery.

Gotham Knights is coming to Game Pass October 3less than a year since the original release of the latest Batman game.

Since Batman is dead in this game, you take on the role of Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin as they bring justice to Gotham City.

The game was released to mixed or average reviews, with an overall score of 67/100 on review aggregator Metacritic.

Since release, the developers have fixed many of the game’s issues with patches and updates, making it a much better experience than what we saw at launch.

The League of Lamplighters Another title is coming to Game Pass on the day of its release, October 3.

It’s a turn-based strategy game in the style of XCOM and Gears Tactics, but also features real-time stealth.

Set in the alt-history 1930s, it gives off strong Indiana Jones vibes and has an amazing art style to match.

End of September 2023 Game Pass games

Here’s a complete list of new Game Pass titles coming in the second half of this month and the first few days of October:

September 20th

  • Party animals (Cloud and Console)

21st September

  • Payday 3 (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S)

September 29th

October 3

  • Gotham Knights (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S)
  • The League of Lamplighters (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X|S)

Also a reminder of that Lies from PA very good Soulslike game inspired by the classic story of Pinocchio is already available through Microsoft’s subscription service.

All games in this late-September series will be available to Game Pass subscribers on the dates listed above at no additional cost.

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