Games Confirmed for Xbox Game Pass in June 2024

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While May still has some exciting releases lined up for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, Microsoft is already giving us a sneak peek into the upcoming additions for June 2024.

So far, these games have been confirmed to arrive on the service on day one, catering to diverse gaming preferences.

Firework – June 4

Firework is a horror puzzle game developed by Shiying Studio and published by Chinese indie publisher Gamera Games.

The player will take the role of a rookie police officer who got involved in a mysterious closed case of a fire massacre.

As the investigation delves deeper, the victims’ pasts slowly come to light, making the case more complex.

Last month publisher Gamera Games announced five titles coming to Xbox Game Pass and/or PC Game Pass

Gamera Games

An adventure puzzle game based on Chinese mythology, The Rewinder has already been released for Xbox One and PC on April 29,

After Firework’s PC release, Depersonalization, and Keplerth for PC, and Volcano Princess for Xbox Series and PC are coming in the upcoming months.

Rolling Hills: Make Sushi, Make Friends – June 4

Rolling Hills Make Sushi, Make Friends

For those seeking a more relaxing experience, “Rolling Hills: Make Sushi, Make Friends” offers a charming life simulation game where players will have the opportunity to run their own sushi restaurant.

This title promises to blend culinary delights with the joys of building meaningful friendships, creating a cozy and heartwarming gaming experience.

Octopath Traveler I & II (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 5

Octopath Traveler

Square Enix‘s RPG titles Octopath Traveler and its sequel are now available on Xbox Game Pass (and on PS5 as well).

The original game was launched in July 2018 on Nintendo Switch and later expanded to PC, Stadia, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and now on PlayStation 5 in June 2024.

The game garnered generally positive reviews for its presentation, music, and battle system, although its narrative received a mix of reactions.

Its sequel, Octopath Traveler II, came out in 2023 and is available for the Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

The gameplay revolves around exploring a massive world and engaging in turn-based combat with a unique “Break and Boost” system.

Players can choose one of eight characters with distinct jobs and abilities, recruiting the others along the way to form their party.

Each character has a special “Path Action” that allows them to interact with NPCs in different ways, such as challenging them to battles or acquiring items.

Battles employ a strategic system where enemies have shield points and weaknesses that must be exploited to “break” them, leaving them vulnerable to increased damage.

Players can also spend “Boost Points” to enhance their attacks or abilities, adding an extra layer of depth to the combat mechanics.

With its stunning “HD-2D” visuals, captivating character stories, and engaging gameplay systems, Octopath Traveler offers an immersive and rewarding RPG experience.

Depersonalization (PC) – June 12


Developed by MeowNature and published by Gamera Games, Depersonalization is an innovative adventure/role-playing/strategy video game that blends elements of tabletop RPGs with cosmic horror themes.

Launched on PC via Steam in 2022, this genre-bending title aims to offer a unique and immersive gaming experience.

At its core, the game invites players to create their own investigator and embark on a journey of free exploration, investigation, and decision-making.

With a tabletop RPG-inspired system, attributes and choices shape the narrative, leading to multiple endings and branch routes.

Strategic combat breaks away from traditional templates, allowing players to create their own worlds through flexible options.

Isonzo (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 13


Isonzo is a first-person, team-based multiplayer game based on the real-life “Battles of the Isonzo” on the Italian Front which took place during World War I.

Released in 2022 on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox, the game includes historically authentic WW I maps, weapons, uniforms, and equipment based on the real battlefields of the Southern Alpine Front.

The game supports up to 48 players on PC and 40 on consoles.

Players can choose from 6 classes with each having unique weapons, gear, and abilities like the Officer class can mark targets with flares and then call in support like artillery, gas, and bombers over field phones.

The core Offensive mode sees one team attack through defensive lines to destroy objectives, winning by capturing the final line or forcing attackers to lose all lives.

The Callisto Protocol (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 13

The Callisto Protocol

Developed by Striking Distance Studios, The Callisto Protocol is a survival horror game that is considered to be a spiritual successor to the Dead Space series.

Published by Krafton in 2022, the game is available on all next-gen platforms – PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.

The story follows Jacob Lee, a starship captain who crash lands on Callisto, one of Jupiter’s moons, and gets imprisoned against his will.

He must fight for survival when a mysterious illness turns the prison’s inmates into infected monsters – “biophages“.

The gameplay has players exploring levels, gathering resources, and fighting off the biophage enemies from a third-person perspective while piecing together audio logs to unravel the dark secrets about Jacob’s captors and illness.

Combat allows mixing melee attacks to dodge enemy attacks with weapons to take down enemies, with a focus on damaging limbs and destroying tentacle mutations to finally kill the enemies.

Still Wakes the Deep – June 18

Still Wakes the Deep

It is a first-person narrative horror game developed by the acclaimed team behind titles like “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture” and “Dear Esther.

The player will take the role of an electrician named Caz McLeary who was stuck on a damaged oil drilling platform in the North Sea in 1975. He can’t escape and is being chased by a mysterious monster in harsh weather conditions.

The game is set to launch for Xbox Game Pass on day one as well as on PC through SteamPS5, Xbox Series X, and Series S on June 18, 2024.

More games will be announced soon!

DLC / Game Updates

Minecraft 15 Year Anniversary – Available until June 22

Get Minecraft, Minecraft Dungeons, Minecraft Legends, and more for up to 50% off through June 22.

And head to Minecraft Marketplace to pick up your free anniversary world, cape, and add-on!

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks

Available Now:

Sea of Thieves: Ebon Flintlock Pack

  • Ebon Flintlock Pistol
  • Obsidian Flag
  • Onyx Tankard

Vigor: Heatwave Havoc Pack

  • New stylish accessories
  • Crates
  • Guns

MultiVersus: MVP Pack 1

  • Rare Sparkler Ringout
  • Epic Clap Sticker Emote

May 2024 Addition:

  • Have A Nice Death (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 2
  • Kona II: Brume (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 7
  • Little Kitty, Big City (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 9
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 14
  • Chants of Sennaar – May 15
  • EA Sports NHL 24 (Cloud) EA Play – May 16
  • Immortals of Aveum (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X|S) EA Play – May 16
  • Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2  – May 21
  • Galacticare (Cloud, PC, Xbox Series X|S) – May 23
  • Hauntii (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 23
  • Moving Out 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 28
  • Humanity (Cloud, Console, and PC) – May 30
  • Lords of the Fallen (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X|S) – May 30

Leaving May 15

  1. Eastern Exorcist
  2. Eiyuden Chronicle Rising
  3. Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2
  4. Ghostlore
  5. Just Cause 4 Reloaded
  6. Norco
  7. SD Gundam Battle Alliance
  8. Supraland Six Inches Under

Leaving May 31

  • Chicory: A Colorful Tale
  • Farworld Pioneers
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle
  • Pac-man Museum Plus
  • Little Witch in the Woods
  • Railway Empire II

Leaving June 15

  • Bramble: The Mountain King,
  • High of Life,
  • Rune Factory 4 Special,
  • Spacelines from the Far Out
  • The Bookwalker: Thief of Tales.

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