‘Dead Space’ And More Are Coming Xbox To Game Pass In October

Dead Space Xbox Game Pass

This morning, subscribers of Xbox Game Pass in Australia awoke to a list of games coming to the platform for the remainder of October with the headline title of Dead Space Remake making an appearance.

Dead Space Remake arrives on Xbox Game Pass

Also, another title I’m excited about would have to be Like a Dragon: Ishin, a side story from the Yakuza series set in the Samurai Era.

Along with Dead Space which is part of the EA Play library, many more will be added over the coming weeks;

[This press release has been provided by Xbox. It is presented by the NextPlay team for your information]

Overnight, Xbox announced several new titles coming to Xbox Game Pass on console, PC and cloud beginning today including:

Week of October 16:  

  1. Like A Dragon: Ishin!October 17 (Cloud, Console, and PC) 

Week of October 23: 

  1. F1 ManagerOctober 19 (Cloud, Console and PC) 
  2. Cities Skylines II, October 24 (PC) 
  3. Dead Space, October 26 (Cloud, Console and PC) 
  4. Frog Detective: The Entre Mystery, October 26 (Cloud and Console) 
  5. Mineko’s Night Market, October 26 (Cloud, Console and PC)

​ Week of October 30:  

  1. Headbangers: Rhythm Royale, October 31 (Cloud, Console, and PC) 
  2. Jusant, October 31 (Cloud, Console and PC)

ICYMI, we also announced EA Sports UFC 5: Early Access trial which is happening from October 24.

For more details on the new games joining Xbox Game Pass this month, available Perks and Quest updates, check out Xbox Wire here.

Also of note, these games that are currently part of Xbox Game Pass will be leaving soon, so remember to use your membership discount to save 20% off your purchase before they go to keep them in your library!

  • Gunfire Reborn (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Kill It With Fire (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Persona 5 Royal (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Signalis (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Solasta Crown of the Magister (Cloud, Console, and PC)

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