20 Bethesda Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass Following Buyout

by in General | Mar, 12th 2021

If you’re a fan of Bethesda and their astonishing library of games — and you happen to be an Xbox Game Pass subscriber — then you definitely have a reason to celebrate! Starting today, a whopping twenty Bethesda titles will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers. You can check out the full list below:

Bethesda Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass

  1. Dishonored: Definitive Edition (Console; PC; xCloud)
  2. Dishonored 2 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  3. Doom [1993] (Console; PC; xCloud)
  4. Doom II (Console; PC; xCloud)
  5. Doom 3 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  6. Doom 64 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  7. Doom Eternal (Console; PC; xCloud)
  8. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Console; PC)
  9. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Console; PC)
  10. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition (Console; PC; xCloud)
  11. The Elder Scrolls Online (Console; xCloud)
  12. The Evil Within (Console; PC; xCloud)
  13. Fallout 4 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  14. Fallout 76 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  15. Fallout: New Vegas (Console)
  16. Prey (Console; PC; xCloud)
  17. Rage 2 (Console; PC; xCloud)
  18. Wolfenstein: The New Order (Console; PC; xCloud)
  19. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (Console; PC; xCloud)
  20. Wolfenstein: Youngblood (Console; PC; xCloud)

A Major Incentive to Sign Up

This is yet another huge incentive to purchase an Xbox and become a Game Pass subscriber! It’s just staggering that Microsoft can do this with such ease. You wake up one day, turn on your Xbox and see a whopping twenty new games added to the list — most of which are as acclaimed and beloved as it gets!

A bunch of these titles will also receive the FPS Boost update from Bethesda which should result in much higher frame rates on both Xbox Series consoles. Exciting stuff!

Back when Microsoft first announced their plans of buying out Bethesda, we knew something like this was in the cards. It was a genius move, after all, to have such a big developer join their (already flourishing) list of game studios. It also meant they would deny Sony all upcoming Bethesda releases, so it’s really a win-win for the Redmond-based tech giant.

The Xbox Game Pass is without a doubt the best deal in gaming, and it’s been like that for quite a long time. And now, with Bethesda’s entire library thrown in, it’s basically a must-have if you own an Xbox!


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