The Outer Worlds, Subnautica, and more are coming soon to Xbox Game Pass for Console

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Microsoft has just announced the second wave of games coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console in October. Two brand new games will join the catalog tomorrow, October 23, with the biking game Lonely Mountains: Downhill (also coming to Xbox Game Pass for PC), and the multiplayer horror game Secret Neighbor.

The indie adventure game Minit, which has already been announced for Xbox Game for PC, will also join Xbox Game Pass for Console on Thursday, October 24. A day later, The Outer Worlds, the new single-player sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment will officially launch on Xbox Game Pass for PC and console. The game is already available for pre-download on both platforms, and early reviews have been very positive so far. A launch trailer has also been published last week, and you can watch it below.

Two more games will join Xbox Game Pass before the end of the month, Afterparty on October 29, followed by the Xbox 360 game Lego Star Wars III on October 31. Lastly, the underwater open world adventure game Subnautica is the first new Xbox Game Pass title announced for next month, coming on November 7.

In case you missed it, The Escapists, Thief of Thieves: Season One, and GRIP are the three games leaving Xbox Game Pass for console at the end of the month. We hope these will be replaced by even more cool in November.