What to play on Game Pass: Multiplayer-oriented games

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New to Game Pass and don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with these Game Pass recommendations for those who like to play with others.

All things are better when shared with others. Video games are no different. While there are a great many Game Pass titles that feature excellent multiplayer, here we are going to focus on the best Game Pass games that are tailored exclusively for the multiplayer experience. So without further ado, here’s what to play on Game Pass for those seeking the best multiplayer experiences around.

Among us

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Innersloth’s breakout-hit social deduction game has seen over 500 million players across various platforms. it’s easy to see why with the game’s creative premise and addictive cross-platform gameplay for 4-15 players. Can you identify the imposter before it’s too late?





Black Desert

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Boundless adventure awaits in this MMORPG. Enjoy exciting combat and siege, exploration, trading, fishing, training, alchemy, cooking, gathering, hunting, and more in Black Desert’s vast open world, all with other adventurers.





The Elder Scrolls Online

Journey to the world of Tamriel in this MMO installment of the legendary Elder Scrolls franchise. And with the game’s newest expansion, High Isle newly released there is more to discover than ever before in The Elder Scrolls Online.





Fallout 76

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While Fallout 76 got off to a shaky start when it released in 2018, the game is still going and better than ever, with many of its issues rectified. It is a prequel to the mainline Fallout games. An upcoming expansion of the game, titled “The Pitt,” will feature an all-new adventure in the ruins of the former Pittsburgh.

Watch Fallout 76: The Pitt trailer!



Fusion Frenzy

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This launch title for the original Xbox is a bonafide classic party game. With 45 multiplayer (1-4 players) minigames and two game modes – Mini-Game Frenzy and Tournament – players will have an absolute blast playing with their friends with 6 playable characters and 22 different game mode variations.




Rocket Arena

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Rocket Arena is an online third-person shooter with a 3v3 competitive multiplayer structure. It features standard Deathmatch and Capture the Flag, as well as Knockout and Megarocket modes. There is also a cooperative multiplayer mode called Rocketbot Attack, in which three-player teams fend off waves of AI bots.




Sea of Thieves

Rare’s swashbuckling online action-adventure is still going strong more than four years after its 2018 release. The game takes inspiration from films like Pirates of the Caribbean and The Goonies, as well as from Nintendo’s own Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Join over 30 million other players in discovering everything the Sea of Thieves has to offer in a shared open-world adventure like no other.




Secret Neighbor

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In this multiplayer horror game players take on the role of a group of kids trying to rescue their friend from the Neighbor’s creepy basement. Or play as the Neighbor and use your house to separate, scare and confuse the intruders!

Also, look for Hello Neighbor 2 coming soon to Xbox Game Pass!




Titanfall 2

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An online first-person shooter of a different breed, this is a sequel to 2014’s mech-battle shooter Titanfall. The critically acclaimed Titanfall 2 features a single player campaign, though multiplayer is where the game really shines with a bevy of modes that run the gamut of gameplay experiences, from cooperative to competitive to player vs. environment.




Wrap up

That’s nine awesome games tailor-made for those who like their gaming to be a social activity. So now that you social butterflies know what to play on Game Pass, which are you going to try out first? Let us know in the comments.

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