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Microsoft reveals 22 ID@Xbox games coming to Game Pass

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Microsoft held an ID@Xbox showcase over the weekend, which must have clearly been put together by Zack Snyder as it ran for a gargantuan number of hours. Reports of a gaming industry follow-up, Zack Snyder’s Nintendo Direct, are still mere hearsay at this point. Anyway, dozens of games were shown off from a number of smaller developers, but the key takeaway here is that 22 of those titles will be coming to Xbox Game Pass in the near future.

Some of those games are already out on Games Pass for PC and some have been previously announced, but in total there are another 15 games to look forward to. One of the previously mentioned games is the absolutely delightful Art of Rally, which takes the best part about a mad sport and condenses it into a grippy and fun excuse to kick mud into the gaping maws of curious onlookers who paid good money for that privilege.

Backbone is a noir roleplaying detective adventure set in a dystopian Vancouver and beautifully rendered in 2.5D pixel art environments, Boyfriend Dungeon is a dungeon-crawler about dating your weapons, and Moonglow Bay is a wholesome fishing RPG set along the 1980’s Eastern Canadian coastline. Here’s the full list, to whet your appetite:

  • Art of the Rally – Funselektor Labs Inc. (cloud and console)
  • Astria Ascending – Plug in Digital, Artisan Studios (cloud and console)
  • Backbone – Raw Fury, EggNut (cloud and console)
  • Boyfriend Dungeon – Kitfox Games (console and PC)
  • Craftopia – Pocketpair (console and PC)
  • Dead Static Drive – Team Fanclub (console and PC)
  • Edge of Eternity – Dear Villagers, Midgar Studio (cloud and console)
  • Hello Neighbor 2 – tinyBuild Games, Dynamic Pixels, Gearbox Software (cloud and console)
  • Library of Ruina – Project Moon (cloud and console)
  • Little Witch in the Woods – SKT, Sunny Side Up (cloud and console)
  • Moonglow Bay – Coatsink Software, Bunnyhug (cloud and console)
  • Narita Boy – Team17, Studio Koba (cloud and console)
  • Nobody Saves the World – Drinkbox Studios (cloud and console)
  • Omno – Studio Inkyfox (cloud and console)
  • Recompile – Dear Villagers, Phigames (cloud, console and PC)
  • Sable – Raw Fury, Shedworks (console and PC)
  • She Dreams Elsewhere – Studio Zevere (console and PC)
  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 – GSC Game World (cloud and console)
  • The Ascent – Curve Digital, Neon Giant (cloud, console and PC)
  • Undungeon – tinyBuild Games, Laughing Machines (cloud, console and PC)
  • Way to the Woods – One Pixel Dog (cloud and console)
  • The Wild at Heart – Humble Bundle, Moonlight Kids (console)

But that’s not all! As for the rest of the ID@Xbox showcase, here’s the list of other games that were shown off as well:

  • Adios (Mischief)
  • Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield (Headup Games)
  • Airport for Aliens Run By Dogs (Strange Scaffold)
  • Alba: A Wildlife Adventure (Plug In Digital, ustwo games)
  • Alchemic Cutie (PM Studios, Viridian Software, Vakio)
  • Among Us (Innersloth)
  • Atrio: The Dark Wild (Isto)
  • Blaster Master Zero (IntiCreates)
  • Chivalry 2 (Koch Media, Tripwire Interactive, Torn Banner Studios)
  • Cloud Gardens (Noio Games)
  • Clouzy! (TinyMoon)
  • Dark Alliance (Wizards of the Coast, Tuque Games, ForwardXP)
  • Death’s Door (Devolver Digital, Acid Nerve)
  • Demon Turf (Fabraz)
  • Despelote (solimporta)
  • Echo Generation (Cococucumber)
  • Enlisted (Gaijin Distribution, Darkflow Software)
  • Exo One (Future Friends Games, Exbleative)
  • Exomecha (TwistedRed, Nail AKINCI)
  • Griftlands (Klei Entertainment, Skymap Games)
  • Iron Corbo: Kung Fu Janitor (2DOS Games )
  • Knight Squad 2 (Chainsawesome Games)
  • Lake (Whitethorn, Gamious)
  • Last Oasis (Snail Games, Donkey Crew)
  • Lawn Mowing Sim (Curve Digital)
  • Loot River (straka.studio)
  • Lost Eidolons (Ocean Drive Studio)
  • Mad Streets (Craftshop Arts)
  • Onsen Master (Whitethorn, WakingOni)
  • Princess Farmer (Whitethorn, Samobee Games)
  • Rust (Double11, Facepunch Studios)
  • Second Extinction (Systemic Reaction)
  • Song of Iron (Escape)
  • Soup Pot (Chikon Club, Chryse)
  • Spaceline Crew (Coffeenauts)
  • Super Space Club (GrahamOfLegend)
  • The Big Con (Skybound Games, Mighty Yell Studios)
  • The Forest Cathedral (Whitethorn, Wakefield Interactive)
  • The Last Stop (Annapurna Interactive, Variable State)
  • The Riftbreaker (Exor Studios)
  • Twelve Minutes (Annapurna Interactive, Luis Antonio)
  • Voidtrain (HypeTrain Digital, Nearga)
  • We are the Caretakers (Heart Shaped Games)

As the peanuts vendor in Kung Pow would say, that’s a lot of indies! While there’s a chunky amount of games coming to Xbox Game Pass, it’s delightful to see just how many other indie games are on the horizon, which all deserve some form of attention and a quick swipe of ye olde credit card.

Last Updated: March 29, 2021


  1. Mikit0707

    March 29, 2021 at 05:21

    I am just here to appreciate the Kung-Pow reference.


    • setzor

      March 29, 2021 at 06:36



  2. Mabenito

    March 29, 2021 at 05:28

    That presentation was horrible. Funny part was when one of the host asked what Lawnmower Simulator was all about. XD


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