E3 2021: the news on upcoming games for Game Pass

During E3 2021, news also emerged on Xbox Game Pass games, the service catalog will expand with a new recall entry

Whoever had provided the latest rumors about it got us in the end. Yesterday, among the news that emerged atE3 2021, it has been confirmed that the upcoming Left 4 Dead-inspired cooperative zombie shooter from Turtle Rock Studios and WB Interactive, Back 4 Blood, will be playable via Xbox Game Pass on console, PC and cloud on the day of its release and the news about the next games for Microsoft’s service are still all to be seen. In fact, another rumor about it has made its way in the last few hours. Let’s see all the details in the next lines of this article.

E3 2021: Back 4 Blood for Game Pass and this could be just the beginning

The next few months will be important for Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s subscription service, several new ones games they will be added to the catalog to make it more and more attractive. Let’s start with Back 4 Blood: A new trailer also shows us some adrenaline-pumping zombie killing. While most of the game’s focus of the title is on cooperative gameplay PvE (which also shows different varieties of enemies, some of which seem decidedly “twisted”), the trailer also officially unveils the mode PvP of the game, where players will be able to play as zombies and fight against survivors.

Back 4 Blood will be released on 12 October for Xbox Series X / S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The arrival of the open beta is set for 12 August. The news, or presumed such, on Game Pass does not stop there. Yakuza: Like a Dragon Legendary Hero Edition (the edition that includes the base game and all its DLCs) was recently spotted on the Microsoft Store and everything seemed to confirm that the title will also be available for Xbox Game Pass. Since then, the same has been confirmed by reporters Tom Warren by The Verge e Jeff Grubb at GamesBeat.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is available on Xbox Series X / S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4 and PC. In our review of the game, we gave it a score of 8.8/10 and we said that: “Yakuza: Like a Dragon is one of the best chapters in the series, without a doubt.” You can read our full review here. Developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio has also confirmed that future Yakuza core games will remain true to the Like a Dragon turn-based RPG formula.

We will keep you updated on all future developments in this regard. In the meantime, always stay tuned to TechGameWorld.com for all the news and curiosities from the world of gaming and beyond. Lastly, for the video game download codes at discounted prices we invite you to take a look at the Instant-Gaming.com store.

Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.