Crusader Kings III, Resident Evil VII, and more are coming to Xbox Game Pass in September

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The month of August was a pretty good one for Xbox Game Pass, which received no less than 4 new Microsoft games including the critically-acclaimed Flight Simulator and Wasteland 3, the Battletoads reboot, as well as the first episode of Tell Me Why. Well, Microsoft has just announced the next wave of new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in September, starting with the freshly-released strategy game Crusader Kings III on PC.

More games will follow on Thursday, September 3, with Resident Evil 7, Touhou Luna Nights, and the episode 2 of Tell Me Why on Console and PC. Console gamers will also get The Jackbox Party Pack 4 on the same day, while World War Z, which is already available on Xbox Game Pass for Console, will also join the PC catalog. It’s worth noting that the latter was previously exclusive to the Epic Games Store on PC, and the Left 4 Dead-inspired game also recently introduced support crossplay between PC and Xbox One.

Next week, two new games will join the catalog on September 10 with Disgaea 4 Complete+ on PC and Hotshot Racing on Console. Additionally, the third and final chapter of Tell Me Why will also be available on Console and PC on September 10. The Xbox team also listed Destiny 2: Shadowkeep & Forsaken as “coming soon” on Console, and we’ll let you know once we have the release date.

In case you missed it, four games will also leave Xbox Game Pass in September, starting with NBA 2K20 on console today. Red Dead Redemption 2 will follow on September 7, and then Jumpforce and Gonner: Blueberry Edition will also be removed on September 15. On that day, Microsoft will also launch Cloud Gaming (Project xCloud) on Android as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and Microsoft promised that over 100 Xbox games would be playable on mobile devices at launch.