Xbox Game Pass November 2021: GTA San Andreas, all new games, and everything leaving on console and PC

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Microsoft’s subscription service is about to add a whole host of new titles. Here’s everything coming to Xbox Game Pass in November.

Microsoft’s monthly subscription service, Xbox Game Pass, is fast becoming a prerequisite for any Xbox owner – or anyone with a gaming PC. The service adds a series of games to subscribers’ libraries on console, PC, and even mobile with Microsoft Cloud Gaming.

While December will see Halo Infinite finally arrive, there’s plenty to look forward to from Xbox Game Pass in November – including Forza Horizon and Football Manager 2022, and even the remastered GTA San Andreas.


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Here’s everything coming to Xbox consoles, PC, and Cloud gaming this month.

Game Pass November Additions

Here’s everything we know of that’s coming to Xbox Game Pass in November. 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.

  • Minecraft PC Bundle (PC) – November 2
  • It Takes Two (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 4
  • Kill It With Fire (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 4
  • Football Manager 2022 (PC) – November 9
  • Football Manager 2022 Xbox Edition (Console, Cloud) – November 9
  • Forza Horizon 5 (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 9
  • Grand Theft Auto San Andreas: The Definitive Edition (Console) – November 11
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Anniversary Edition (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 11
  • One Step From Eden (Console and PC) – November 11
  • Dead Space (Cloud) – November 16
  • Dragon Age: Origins (Cloud) – November 16
  • Next Space Rebels (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 17
  • Exo One (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 18
  • Fae Tactics (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 18
  • My Friend Pedro (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 18
  • Undungeon (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 18
  • Deeeer Simulator (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 23
  • Mortal Shell (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 23
  • Before We Leave (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 23
  • Evil Genius 2 (Console) – November 30
  • Generation Zero (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 30
  • Mind Scanners (Console, PC, Cloud) – November 30
  • The Hunter: Call of the Wild (PC) – November 30

Wondering what the Minecraft PC Bundle is? We’re glad you asked. It’s a bundle that includes both the Java and Bedrock Editions of Minecraft, and it’ll offer full cross-play between Windows 10, Windows 11, and consoles.

Expect more games to be added to the lineup in the coming days, usually through the Xbox Game Pass Twitter account.

Games Leaving Game Pass In November

Microsoft’s service rotates games in and out of its library, so expect a few games to be removed. 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.

Leaving on November 15:

  • Final Fantasy VIII HD (Console and PC)
  • Planet Coaster (Cloud and Console)
  • Star Renegades (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Streets of Rogue (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Gardens Between (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • River City Girls (Cloud, Console, and PC)

Leaving November 30

  • Call of the Sea (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • FIFA 19 (Console and PC) EA Play
  • Football Manager 2021 (PC)
  • Football Manager 2021 Xbox Edition (Console and PC)
  • Haven (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Hello Neighbor (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Morkredd (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Va-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PC)

Leaving December 8

  • Destiny 2: Beyond Light (Cloud and Console)

Xbox Game Pass Announcement Date

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 November, 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.


For more on free games you can snag in November, be sure to check out our guides for November’s PS Now and PlayStation Plus games.

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