Rare Replay, Resident Evil: Revelations, and Goat Simulator Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

All of These Titles Should Be Available By the End of June

The news of the Xbox Game Pass coming to PC at this year’s E3 was a big deal. Now PC players are going to have access to the impressive list of games that console players have. Beginning tomorrow on June 20th, new games will be added to the subscription service.

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Resident Evil: Revelations and Rare Replay will be heading to console. PC players will unfortunately not be getting these games. Resident Evil: Revelations was originally made for the Nintendo 3DS way back in 2012. The game was later released for the Xbox 360 and other consoles of that era. It has met mixed reviews but is a must for anyone that is a fan of the Resident Evil series. Rare Replay is simply a collection of 30 video games over the 30-year history of the developers Rare. The collection includes classics like Banjo-Kazzoie, Perfect Dark Zero, and Grabbed By The Ghoulies.

For the PC players, they will be getting their hands on Goat Simulator and Torment: Tides of Numenera. These games won’t drop until June 27th. Tides of Numenera came out only two years ago and is by far the newest game on this list. It is a solid RPG that is a good way to chew up free time but its nothing spectacular. The most important game of them all is definitely Goat Simulator. This game is as ridiculous as it sounds. You get to control a goat in a small neighborhood and run him into different objects. The more “damage” or “tricks” you pull of with your goat then the more points you will receive. Goat Simulator will be coming to the PC as well.

If you haven’t subscribed to the Xbox Game Pass, maybe now is the time.