New games coming to Xbox Game Pass for console, PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming have been revealed today. This is just the latest news out of Microsoft and it appears that the company will continue to be busy this summer.

For Honor: Marching Fire Edition (cloud, console, and PC) will join the service on June 1, followed by Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection (console and PC) on June 2.

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Four more games will arrive on June 7: Assassin’s Creed Origins (cloud, console and PC), Chorus (cloud, console and PC), Disc Room (cloud, console and PC), and Spacelines from the Far Out (console and PC).

Recall that in May, the following were added to the subscription: Her Story (PC), Jurassic World Evolution 2 (cloud version, console and PC), Skate (cloud version), Sniper Elite 5 (console and PC), Loot River (cloud version, console and PC) and Trek to Yomi (cloud, console and PC).

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Additional games coming to Game Pass in June are expected to be announced during the E3-style Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on Sunday, June 12th.

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Games that will leave Xbox Game Pass on June 15 have also become known: Darkest Dungeon (cloud version, console and PC), Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance (cloud version, console and PC), Greedfall (cloud version, console and PC), Limbo (Cloud, Console and PC) and Worms Rumble (Cloud, Console and PC).

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Microsoft recently confirmed that it has decided to change its approach with a new device that will allow gamers to stream Xbox games to TVs. The product, codenamed Keystone, will reportedly be a small device that can be connected to monitors or TVs and use Game Pass’s cloud streaming features without the need for a console.

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