Microsoft announced the next batch of games coming to Xbox Game Pass, which includes Control and a PC release for Doom Eternal. Several games will be added to the xCloud streaming service throughout the month.
On December 3, console owners can download and play 2019’s Control through the service. Remedy Entertainment’s third-person shooter will not be available on PC, but Android users can play it via xCloud. A cloud version of the game was recently released for Nintendo Switch.
Outside of Control, Project xCloud gets a fair amount of new games this month. Android owners can play Rage 2, Gang Beasts, Slime Rancher, and more on the service in December.
Doom Eternal, which is currently available to console subscribers, will be available to PC subscribers on December 3. The first-person shooter comes to Game Pass shortly after Microsoft announced that it is acquiring publisher Bethesda and bringing its library to the service.
Notable among the list of new additions is Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition. The complete version of the JRPG hits both consoles and PC on December 4.
Touch controls are coming to a handful of games on Android devices as well. Starting December 3, players can use Android touch controls to play indie titles like Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Golf With Your Friends, ScourgeBringer, and more.
Several titles will leave the service throughout the month, including Metro: Last Light Redux and indie breakout hit Untitled Goose Game. Players who buy games before they leave the service will save 20% on them.
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