Xbox Game Pass June 2020 Games: The Messenger, Night Call, Observation, Streets of Rogue

Xbox Game Pass has already added quite a few solid games in June, but Microsoft has a few more surprises for subscribers. At the end of the month, Game Pass subscribers will get four new independent games as part of the service.

The 24th of June Night call It came to Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass. The game follows a Parisian taxi driver who works the night shift as he slowly uncovers a mystery using small conversations with his passengers.

Science fiction suspense Observation Launches players as an AI aboard an abandoned spacecraft and will be available to Game Pass subscribers, both PC and console, to download on June 25. In the game, players will have to help Dr. Emma Fisher as she investigates the ship and unravel what went wrong. Also coming June 25 is Rogue streets a rogue-lite that replaces dark and dingy dungeons with a procedurally generated city. Finally there The messenger, a platform game about a ninja who travels through a cursed world to save his clan from an army of demons. The messenger It also arrives at Game Pass on June 25.

With new games on the way, some games will also drop Game Pass later this month. Here are all the games coming out of Xbox Game Pass on June 30:

  • Battlefield Gothic: Armada (PERSONAL COMPUTER)
  • Die for Valhalla! (PERSONAL COMPUTER)
  • Life is strange 2 (Console)
  • Metal Slug X (Console and PC)
  • Subway exodus (Console and PC)
  • Neon Chrome (Console and PC)
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (Console and PC)
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 (Console and PC)
  • The flame in the flood (Console and PC)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available for $ 14.99 a month, giving you access to console and PC games, as well as an Xbox Live Gold subscription. New subscribers can get their first month for $ 1. If you’re just looking for Xbox games, you can subscribe to the Xbox-only version of Game Pass for $ 9.99 or the PC-only version for $ 4.99.

Vox Media has affiliate associations. These do not influence editorial content, although Vox Media may earn commissions for products purchased through affiliate links. For more information, see our ethics policy.