Here’s every Bethesda game permanently joining Xbox Game Pass
On the heels of its recent acquisition of ZeniMax/Bethesda, Microsoft has confirmed that it will be mining the legendary developer’s extensive library for Game Pass content. Here’s what we’re getting — immediately.
Gain powers, perks, and upgrades in the industrial city of Dunwall.
Dishonored 2 (2016)
Bring the rip-roaring joy of Dishonored to beautiful southern Europe.
What would Game Pass be without one of the most influential games of all time?
Doom II (1994)
Well, it’s more Doom. So, yeah, it’s fantastic.
Doom 64 (1997)
Doom made the leap to the N64 much more gracefully than most franchises.
Doom 3 (2004)
Is Doom 3 a weak link in the franchise? Perhaps. But it’s still Doom.
Doom Eternal (2020)
If you didn’t spend the last year tearing through Doom Eternal I am incredibly jealous that you get to play it for the first time.
Fallout: New Vegas (2010)
New Vegas is, without question, the best Fallout entry since the original 90s releases. Jump into its huge, sprawling, wondrous world.
Fallout 4 (2015)
It’s astonishing that this title is 6 years old and still looks and play like it’s brand new.
This game is designed to scare the living shit out of you. It’s well designed.
Rage 2 (2011)
A blast to actually play. Shame about that story, though...
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002)
What is there to say about Morrowind that hasn’t already been said? It’s Morrowind. 10/10.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2006)
Similar to Morrowind, Oblivion is perfect. Essential. Transcendent.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011)
So good that there are about a dozen releases of it available for purchase. You probably already own it.
The Elder Scrolls Online (2014)
Is there somehow still not enough Elder Scrolls content available to you? Here’s a firehose of it.
The Evil Within (2014)
Terrifying. Just terrifying. I have goosebumps writing this blurb.
Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)
Microsoft is so lucky to now own this game. If you’ve never played it, go kill some Nazis and find out why.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (2015)
Listen, it’s no The New Order but it’s undeniably gorgeous and given the chance to keep killing Nazis in classic Wolfenstein style, we’ll take it.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood (2019)
This game sucks and is bad and nobody likes it. Just skip.