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9 more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in July 2021

Game Pass ends the month with more great games.

Xbox already announced nine new games coming to Xbox Game Pass at the beginning of July, but that’s not all that’s in store. To finish out the month, Game Pass is getting another batch you won’t want to miss.

Here are 9 more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in July 2021

Battlefield V

(July 20, Cloud)

Before Battlefield 2042’s release later this year, there’s plenty of time to get caught up with the series. Now you can play the World War II shooter Battlefield V on Game Pass and only have 2037 more to go.

Atomicrops

(July 22, Cloud/Console/PC)

Atomicrops mashes a top-down roguelike shooter and a farming sim together, making it a great choice when you can’t quite decide what kind of game you want to play.

Raji: An Ancient Epic

(July 22, Cloud/Console/PC)

Drawing on traditional Indian art styles and Hindu mythology, Raji: An Ancient Epic stands out in the crowded field of Diablo-like action RPGs.

Last Stop

(July 22, Cloud/Console/PC)

Annapurna’s latest focuses on three Londoners who get caught up in related supernatural mysteries. The third-person adventure game Last Stop hits Game Pass on release day.

Blinx: The Time Sweeper

(July 26, Cloud/Console)

Has there ever been a video game mascot more iconic than Blinx? Tons of them, you say? Nevertheless, Game Pass is bringing its time-traveling cat in from the cold to celebrate 20 years of Xbox.

Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge

(July 26, Cloud/Console)

Another game returning from the early days of Xbox is Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge. The action game brings arcade-style dogfighting to Game Pass, rendered in chunky 2003 style.

Lethal League Blaze

(July 29, Cloud/Console/PC)

The extremely well-reviewed Lethal League Blaze blends the frantic action of a brawler like Super Smash Bros. with the most intense game of dodgeball you can imagine.

Omno

(July 29, Cloud/Console/PC)

Omno hits Game Pass on release day, so there’s no telling how this third-person adventure game will turn out yet. One thing we do know for certain: It looks absolutely stunning in motion.

Project Wingman

(July 29, PC)

If you’re after a more intense (and more recent) flight combat game, Xbox still has you covered this month. Dogfighting sim Project Wingman brings multiple game modes, including virtual reality.

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