As if the addition of Halo: Reach to the Master Chief Collection wasn’t enough for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, Microsoft laid out a detailed plan of what else is coming to the service for this month. Hint: it’s a lot.
First up, the indie favorite My Friend Pedro joins Game Pass on Dec. 5. This stylish shoot-em-up requires you to go “bananas” as you take out enemies in the craziest ways possible, using a split-aiming system.
For good measure, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker also joins the service on Dec. 5, bringing anime action for everyone to enjoy.
A day later, on Dec. 6, the indie favorite Demon’s Tilt will be ready to play. Featuring 90’s inspired pinball action with some hack-and-slash/RPG mechanics thrown in for good measure, this game is sure to shake things up for Game Pass users.
The fun continues on the 6th with Wandersong, a unique side-scrolling adventure featuring a song-singing hero using his music to overcome enemies and help others. This is a true indie delight that’s sure to put a smile on your face.
Things really pick up on Dec. 12 with four more additions. eFootball PES 2020 brings Konami’s soccer action to the service, with a number of new leagues and features. Not to mention a slew of opportunities for scoring goals and making epic saves.
Overcooked! 2 also joins the Game Pass line-up on the 12th. This multiplayer favorite will have you competing to make the best dishes possible in the shortest amount of time. Can you step up and make the ultimate dinner?
Pathologic 2 arrives on the 12th as well. Make dangerous choices in this open-world horror role-playing adventure, as you try to contain a deadly outbreak in a secluded rural town.
Finally, the original Tom Clancy’s The Division rounds out the December additions on the 12th, bringing all its open-world action with it. Team up with friends, tackle Dark Zones, and take back the city.
Microsoft currently has a promotion going where newcomers can get the first three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just $1. Head over to this page to sign up.