the 13 games arriving in the second half of September 2021 – Nerd4.life

the 13 games arriving in the second half of September 2021 – Nerd4.life
the 13 games arriving in the second half of September 2021 – Nerd4.life

Microsoft has unveiled the 13 games that will be available on Xbox Game Pass in the second half of September 2021. Here is the complete list of free games for Xbox, PC and cloud.

Here are the games coming to Xbox Game Pass and their date

  • Flynn [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 15: an action and platform game
  • I Am Fish [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 16: A physics-based fish simulator
  • SkateBird [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 16: a skateboarding game in which we are a little bird
  • Superliminal [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 16: A perspective-based puzzle game
  • Aragami 2 [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 17: a cooperative action-stealth
  • Lost Words [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 23: A 2D puzzle platformer
  • Sable [Console, PC & Cloud] -23 September: an exploratory adventure in a desert
  • Subnautica Below Zero [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 23: a survival, a sequel to the first Subnautica
  • Tainted Grail [PC] – September 23: an RPG with rogue-like elements and deck building
  • Lemnis Gate [Console & PC] – September 28: A tactical first person shooter
  • Astria Ascending [Console, PC & Cloud] – September 30: A classic turn-based RPG
  • Unsighted [Console & PC] – September 30: a 2D metroidvenia with a retro graphic style
  • Phoenix Point [Console]- October 1: A turn-based strategy game
Xbox Game Pass: the games of the second half of September 2021

Tell us, what do you think of the games coming to Xbox Game Pass on PC, console and cloud in the second half of September 2021? Are you interested?

Finally, here are the games that will be removed from Xbox Game Pas from September 31, 2021.

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