Earlier this week, Microsoft released a brand-new game onto the Xbox Game Pass library: Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption. And now it looks poised to add a few more titles in anticipation of Halloween.
Four new titles have began popping up in select regions on the Game Pass section of the dashboard. And while players can't interact with said titles yet, it appears this is being done in preparation for Microsoft to add four games with spooky themes to celebrate the imminent arrival of Halloween.
The four titles include: Observer, Hello Neighbor, Outlast, and Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition.
As of right now, Microsoft hasn't officially announced the new games, or any new games for that matter. However, the official Xbox Game Pass Twitter page has been teasing a Halloween announcement all week.
The tease in question is of a "Pumpkin patch," which has been slowly installing throughout the week. Given its progression so far, it appears the patch will finish on Monday, October 22, so be on the lookout for an official announcement then.
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