Here are the new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in May 2019
Some solid additions this month.
If you play a bunch of games, the Xbox Game Pass is a great option for gamers looking for a wide variety of titles to play. The service currently over 100 games, and while games do leave the service occasionally, new games are almost always on the horizon.
This month sees nine new games added to the service with something for almost everyone. Don’t forget, you’ll need an active Xbox Game Pass subscription to play these games, the service runs $120 a year, which might seem a bit steep, but considering the amount of content you’re getting, it really isn’t bad.
New games for Xbox Game Pass in May 2019
Looking for some big, first-person shooting action on your Xbox One? Then look no further than Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, which comes to the service on May 2. If strategy titles are more your speed, then Wargroove should be right up your alley. It also arrives on May 2.
Then, on May 7, Descenders 1.0 storms its way to the service. In Descenders, its just you and your bike in some extreme downhill action with procedurally-generated courses. It just came out of early access and the 1.0 update brings with it multiplayer and new modes.
Black Desert, a sprawling MMO, joins the service on May 9 and if you are looking for an MMO experience but not ready to fully commit to one, this is a great opportunity to get your grind on without spending any money (past the cost of the service, obvs).
More games coming to the service in May
In addition to the titles above, here are the rest of the games joining the service in May:
- Surviving Mars – May 9
- Tacoma – May 9
- For the King – May 10
- The Surge – May 16
- LEGO Batman 3 – May 16
Overall, it’s a pretty solid lineup of games coming, with titles like LEGO Batman 3 offering something for the whole family.
- There’s finally an arcade-style light gun that works with LCD screens
- Oculus Rift S to be released late May according to the Microsoft Store
- Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog movie is evidence that God has forsaken us
- Samsung is apparently working on its own mobile gaming service
- The latest Nintendo Switch update added something to help speed up load times