Xbox Game Pass December 2023: Far Cry 6, Remnant I and II and more



Xbox Game Pass adds 12 new titles to its December catalog, including two releases in one day. The standout here has to be the Remnant franchise – both From the ashes and its recently launched sequel Rest II, celebrated for its soul-like shooter experience that pits players against fantastic, tough-as-nails monsters across procedurally generated levels. Its challenges can also be tackled in co-op, so it is best recommended that you check out the sequel as it will have a larger active player base. Another big addition this month is Far cry 6pits you against the vibrant tropical island of Yara to overthrow its ruthless dictator Antón Castillo (Giancarlo Esposito), who is intent on using Viviro, an unstable form of cancer treatment, to restore his country to its former glory. It’s coming on December 14th on Xbox Game Pass.

The December series feels too good to be true, but makes sense given the Christmas season, as a means for Xbox to get more people to subscribe to Game Pass. Rise of the Tomb Raider is another major entry that puts you in the shoes of lone adventurer Lara Croft, who is thrown into a sprawling mystery surrounding the Order of the Trinity, seeking to acquire ancient artifacts that would give them the power to change the fate of humanity. Taking players to the lost city of Kitezh in Siberia, this is the second story in a three-part reboot trilogy from Crystal dynamics, which borrows a number of mechanics from Naughty Dog’s Uncharted games in terms of ammo pickup and a robust closer combat system. Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released on December 5 across PCconsole and the cloud.

Let your creativity run wild as you build a mining town dotted with cute little roads and settlements, with enough running water and resources to ensure your steampunk civilians are well-equipped to unearth long-lost space technology – the kind that can help save the barren, dying planet. SteamWorld Build is a day-1 launch on Xbox Game Pass and is now available to download for free on PC and console. Experience the life of a village blacksmith in While the Iron’s Hot, a pixelated RPG set on the mysterious island of Ellian, which drew countless artisans together to perfect their craft. Explore each tunnel, drop new machinery to get past puzzles, and interact with its colorful cast to unravel the mystery surrounding a recent disaster. The game is now available on cloud, console and PC.

Or you can engage in co-op zombie-slaying action in World War Z: Aftermath, as thousands of undead hordes leap across rooftops to deliver high-stakes challenges as you stock up on ammunition and makeshift weapons to burst skulls, all while being tasked with escorting civilians to safety. Although based on the Brad Pitt-led Paramount Pictures film, the game was well received at launch and promises to be a great time when it comes to Game Pass on December 5th. relax a bit. So why not become an annoying pet and wreak havoc on a sandbox town in Goat simulator 3as you bump, lick and triple jump your way through?

December 1 (now available)

Remainder: From the ashes – PC, cloud and console

Rest II — PC, cloud and Xbox Series S/X

The spirit of the Nordics – PC, cloud and console

SteamWorld Build – PC, cloud and console

December 5th

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone – PC, cloud and console

Rise of the Tomb Raider – PC, cloud and console

While the iron is hot – PC, cloud and console

World War Z: Aftermath – PC, cloud and console

December 7

Goat simulator 3 – PC, cloud and Xbox Series S/X

December 8

Against the Storm – PC

December 12

Tin hearts – PC, cloud and console

December 14

Far cry 6 – PC, cloud and console

other than that Microsoft has confirmed that some titles are leaving the service. On December 15, you can say goodbye to Chained Echoes, Opus Magnum, Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulatorand Rubber bandits.

And as usual, before they disappear from the service, you can choose to buy them at a 20 percent discount.


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