Microsoft has announced the addition of 10 more classic Bethesda games to Xbox Game Pass – and they’re available to download and play today.
“Today, we’re bringing 10 more titles to Game Pass, for a total of 30 Bethesda games,” said Bethesda’s SVP of global marketing and communications Pete Hines. “That includes several id Software games, like the award-winning Doom Eternal.”
Doom Eternal is noteworthy because, alongside its arrival on the service, Bethesda is also pushing out its new next-gen upgrade. This means that the Xbox Series X version of the latest id Software title will get a 60fps mode with ray-tracing, a 4K mode, and a performance mode that lets the game run at a staggering 120fps.
Here are the games that have been added to the service today:
- Arx Fatalis (PC only)
- Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
- The Evil Within 2
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
- Fallout (PC only)
- Fallout 2 (PC only)
- Fallout Tactics (PC only)
- Fallout 3
If you’re eager to hear more Bethesda news from E3 2021, you can read about Redfall (Arkane’s new open-world co-op FPS, comes to Xbox summer 2022), take a look at Starfield’s new trailer, or maybe even read about Starfield’s status as an Xbox exclusive.