Microsoft has announced that DiRT 4 will be coming to Xbox
Game Pass alongside nine other titles in July. Most of these new games will be
available on the first of the month, whilst the rest will be scattered
DiRT 4 is the latest entry into the off-road rally series by
Codemasters that has been built for both arcade and simulation players alike. Featuring
some of the world’s most challenging roads, DiRT 4 allows you to get behind the
wheel of the most powerful and demanding off-road vehicles on the planet. These
include 600bhp Supercars, which do 0-60mph in just 1.9 seconds, and can be
enjoyed around the game’s four officially-licensed rallycross circuits.
The modes available in DiRT 4 include rally, rallycross, and
land rush. There’s also the unique ‘Your Stage’ feature that allows you to
create custom rally stages at the touch of a button. These customized, unique
stages can be enjoyed with all the different rally cars from the past and
present available in DiRT 4, and you can also send them to your friends online
and challenge them to beat your time.
Other titles coming to Xbox Game Pass on July 1st include Zombie
Army Trilogy, Abzu, Shadow Complex Remastered, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout
3, and Human Fall Flat. Bomber Crew will arrive later – on July 10th, whilst Warhammer:
Vermintide 2 will launch into Xbox Game Pass on July 11th. You can learn more about
these exciting additions to Microsoft’s monthly subscription service over on
In addition to the titles mentioned above, Microsoft also
teased that it will reveal “another exciting addition” to the Xbox Game Pass
line-up on the next episode of Inside Xbox – broadcasting July 10th.
Earlier this month at E3 2018 during its media
briefing, Microsoft announced the additions of Fallout 4, The Division, and
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited to Xbox Game Pass. The monthly
subscription service now offers more than 100 titles, including all-new
Xbox One exclusives the day they’re released, with Forza Horizon 4
and Crackdown 3 both launching day-in-date on Xbox Game Pass. You can start a 14-day free trial
if you wish to experience the service for yourself at no cost.
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