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New Xbox Game Pass games for June 2024

Here are June's confirmed new Game Pass games for players on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, as well as a look ahead to what's coming in the future.

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Xbox Game Pass continues to amaze with the value it offers subscribers, and it’s showing no signs of letting up. June 2024’s new Game Pass games lineup not only brings some excellent older titles to subscribers, but it’s laden with brand-new, day-one releases too.

The full Xbox Game Pass games library is already bursting at the seams, and it includes some of the best games of all time. But here we’ll bring you the confirmed lineup of new Xbox Game Pass titles for this month and highlight the ones we think you absolutely must play. From charming indies, to first-party Xbox exclusives, to some of the best-selling games of all time, any new additions will be listed here. We’ll also list any confirmed, leaked, or rumored new Game Pass games for next month too.

New Game Pass games – June 2024

The new Game Pass games for June that have been confirmed by Xbox are:

  • Firework (PC only) – June 4
  • Rolling Hills (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 4, day one launch
  • Octopath Traveler (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 6
  • Octopath Traveler 2 (Cloud, Xbox Series X|S, and PC) – June 6
  • Depersonalization (PC only) – June 12
  • Isonzo (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 13
  • The Callisto Protocol (Cloud, Console, and PC) – June 13
  • Still Wakes the Deep (Cloud, Xbox Series X|S, and PC) – June 18, day-one launch

It’s also worth considering that the Xbox Games Showcase is set to air on June 9, and there’s a very good chance that a fresh batch of Activision Blizzard games could be announced for the service. We’re hopeful that we’ll get some Spyro, Tony Hawk’s, Crash Bandicoot, or Call of Duty goodness added to Game Pass soon.

Below we’ve highlighted the biggest addition to this month’s lineup so far that you should definitely pick up and play when it arrives.

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The Callisto Protocol

A spiritual successor to the exceptional Dead Space series, The Callisto Protocol tasks you with unraveling some mysteries and battling your way through the most terrifying prison riot of all time.

Set in the Black Iron Prison on one of Jupiter’s moons, an infectious, mutating disease spreads throughout the population of inmates, and there’s no way they’re staying in their cells. With third-person shooting and melee combat, you need to fight your way out – get it wrong, and you’ll be met with one of the game’s many gruesome death animations.

Our review of The Callisto Protocol gave the game a glowing 9/10 score back when it launched in 2022, praising its intense and eerie atmosphere, detailed gore, and impressive visuals. If you’re squeamish, give it a miss, but if you’re not, this is definitely worth your time.

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Still Wakes the Deep

From the minds behind Dear Esther and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture comes Still Wakes the Deep – an otherworldly horror game that could take Game Pass quite literally by storm.

The game pits you, an off-shore oil rig worker, against a ferocious storm that you must navigate as you search for your crew. If the threat of the North Sea isn’t bad enough, unspeakable horrors have been dredged up, and have now shacked up on the installation – joyous.

The rig itself is stationed off the coast of Bonnie Scotland, but something tells us we’ll be navigating more than just the Loch Ness Monster when Still Wakes the Deep arrives on the service on June 18.

Next month’s new Game Pass games

We already know some of the games that will be hitting Game Pass in July. They are:

  • Dungeons of Hinterberg (Cloud, Xbox Series X|S, and PC) – July 18
  • Frostpunk 2 (PC only) – July 25
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On top of this, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Xbox continue to roll out more of its ActiBlizz catalog. Though a big mic drop moment would see it hurl everything onto the service in one go, we expect this to take place over a matter of weeks and months to allow major IPs breathing space.

So, these are the new Xbox Game Pass games that subscribers will be able to enjoy this month at no extra cost. If you’re a new subscriber looking for some recommendations for what games to play first, or you’re simply looking for something new to play, check out our list of the best Xbox Game Pass games. From massive RPGs like Starfield to surprise sensations like Palworld, you’ll definitely find something excellent to play.