10 best Xbox Game Pass titles you need to download ASAP

Across all genres, here are the 10 best games to download.



There’s a reason Xbox Game Pass is often referred to as “the best deal in gaming.”


It gives you access to over 300 games, without needing to buy them individually. Most of them are worth your time, but which are the best?

These are the 10 best games to download on Xbox Game Pass ASAP

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

10. Batman: Arkham Knight

As the conclusion to the beloved trilogy, Batman: Arkham Knight sends you on a harrowing journey full of twists and turns.

Electronic Arts

9. Dead Space

Even over a decade later, few games do survival horror as well as the original Dead Space. We recommend playing it before the remake comes out.


8. Forza Horizon 5

One of the best games of 2021 is Forza Horizon 5, which throws players into the distinct biomes of beautiful Mexico.


7. Gears Tactics

Sure, the base Gears games are worth playing, but Gears Tactics turns the series on its head, throwing shooter mechanics out the window in favor of turn-based tactics gameplay.


6. Halo Infinite

What more needs to be said about Halo Infinite? It looks, plays, and feels better than ever, and is a return to form for the series.

Electronic Arts

5. Mirror’s Edge

One of EA’s most innovative games ever is Mirror’s Edge. It’s a first-person, freerunning parkour game that throws you into death-defying situations.


4. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil 7 takes the series back to its roots, this time presented in first-person, with more scares than ever.

Electronic Arts

3. Skate 3

The Skate series left off on a high note with its third installment, giving players a colorful open-world to explore, with plenty of tricks to perform.

Enhance Games

2. Tetris Effect: Connected

Visually and mechanically, Tetris Effect: Connected is one of the most impressive games of all time. It somehow improves upon the flawless Tetris formula with flying colors.


1. Yakuza: Like a Dragon

The transition from a beat ‘em up to a turn-based RPG was risky, but paid off tremendously in Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

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