Take him to Chorus
The Xbox Game Pass lineup for early June is out and it has some familiar faces. Ubisoft Games, Indies, and Spaceships are the early entrants to June’s Xbox Game Pass, though it looks like more are in store.
Origins of Assassin’s Creed is one of the headliners, bringing the massive journey through ancient Egypt to cloud, console, and PC. As Ubisoft’s first major overhaul of the series, it’s historically relevant. And also, I would say, pretty good. It also boasts 60 FPS support on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles. June 2so good time.
Another entry takes a different trip down memory lane. The Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection brings together three games of the Gaiden ninja series, plus all modes and DLC, in one package. If you’ve never seen Ryu Hayabusa in action outside of the Dead or alive fighting games seems like a good way to handle this.
Distant space lines is the launch available on day one of June’s first Game Pass lineup. It’s a cooperative rogue-like management game, and seems to mix a throwback aesthetic with space travel. there are Jetson vibes, which sounds pretty neat.
Xbox teases that it’s not done for the month either. More games, release dates, and “possibly a few surprises” are in store. Perhaps we’ll hear about more Game Pass updates during this upcoming Xbox and Bethesda showcase?
June Xbox Game Pass Games
- For Honor: Marching Fire Edition (Cloud, Console, PC) – June 1
- Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection (Console and PC) – June 2
- Origins of Assassin’s Creed (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 7
- Chorus (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 7
- Record room (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 7
- Distant space lines (Console and PC) – June 7
Leaving Xbox Game Pass on June 15
- darkest dungeon
- Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance
- The worms rumble