Microsoft brings 20 new Bethesda games to Xbox Game Pass
We speculated earlier that Microsoft would bring the entire Ubisoft library to Xbox Game Pass by the end of 2021. It'll be a while before that happens. In the meanwhile, those looking to play some Bethesda games will be pleased to know that Microsoft has added 20 new games to its subscription service, which will be available to subscribers starting on March 12. Refer to the attached image to look at the full list of games and what platforms they'll be available on.
There are several big names on the list of Bethesda games that are available on Xbox Game Pass. They include all Doom games, including the original Doom, Doom 2 Doom 3, DOOM 2016 and DOOM Eternal. Then there's a bunch of The Elder Scrolls, Fallout and Wolfenstein games too. Some of the older games in the aforementioned series have been left out, but that is understandable. Rage 2 is thrown in the mix too, alongside The Evil Within 2 and both Dishonoured games.
That leaves us with Prey. Microsoft (rightly) recommends that you play the game whenever you can, and we stand by that assertion. Prey is a once in a generation masterpiece that lets you squeeze out weeks of gameplay from the original storyline and DLC. Most of the titles are available on PC, console and Project xCloud. Others are limited to just PC and Console. Fallout: New Vegas is the only title that is exclusive to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on consoles.