Microsoft’s subscription service is about to add new titles as part of the Xbox Game Pass May 2022 lineup. Here’s all we know so far.
Microsoft’s monthly subscription service, Xbox Game Pass, is a must-subscribe for anyone with an Xbox console, a gaming PC, or a phone that can handle playing games via the cloud.
Just since the start of 2022 we’ve seen the likes of Hitman 3, Rainbow Six: Extraction, Total War: Warhammer III, Weird West, and MLB The Show 22 added to the service – showing there really is a little something for everyone.
Will that continue? Here’s all we know about the Xbox Game Pass lineup for May 2022.
Here’s everything we know of that’s coming to Xbox Game Pass in May so far. Don’t worry if there’s nothing for you right now, though, as Microsoft will unveil more very soon.
New announcements are listed in bold.
- Loot River (Cloud, Console, PC) – May 3
- Citizen Sleeper (Console) – May 5
- Trek To Yomi (Console, PC) – May 5
- Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition (Cloud, Console, PC) – May 10
- Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising (Console, PC) – May 10
- This War of Mine: Final Cut (Cloud, Console, PC) – May 10
- Sniper Elite 5 (Console, PC) – May 26
- Pac-Man Museum (Console, PC) – May 27
Expect more games to be added to the lineup in the coming days, usually through the Xbox Game Pass Twitter account.
Microsoft’s service rotates games in and out of its library, so expect a few games to be removed.
- Read More: Best Xbox Game Pass Games (May 2022 update)
You’ll be given at least a few days’ notice, though, so you can either finish up the game before it leaves or buy it at a discount before it’s gone. Here’s everything leaving in May so far:
Leaving May 10
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition (Cloud and Console)
Leaving May 15
- Enter The Gungeon (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (Console and PC)
- Remnant: From the Ashes (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Steep (Cloud and Console)
- The Catch: Carp and Coarse (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- The Wild at Heart (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Game Pass titles don’t have a set reveal date, and Microsoft usually teases them at regular intervals. Expect some mention of the lineup in the opening days of May, with more revealed through Twitter posts (and sometimes memes) in the weeks that follow.
We’ll be sure to update this page as we hear more, but for a look on the other side of the fence, why not check out everything we know about Sony’s PlayStation Plus overhaul, and the games coming in May 2022.