Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now enjoy two new additions: Lords of the Fallen and Humanity. Microsoft’s gaming subscription service boasts an ever-expanding library of over 100 titles, with many games available on launch day, making it a go-to choice for gamers. Subscribers also receive benefits such as in-game currency and real-life rewards like Discord Nitro or Spotify Premium.

In May, subscribers had access to a range of titles across different genres, including highlights such as Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2. June starts off with the introduction of Lords of the Fallen, a 2023 reboot by Hexworks, and Humanity, an award-winning puzzle game.

Lords of the Fallen, originally released in 2014, garnered acclaim but went somewhat unnoticed, leading to a 2020 reboot by Hexworks. Humanity, developed by Enhance Games, provides a serene puzzle experience with elements of platforming and strategy. Players are tasked with guiding a Shiba Inu as it assists a rogue AI in the mission to save humanity, despite the AI's involvement in human extinction. The game’s unique concept and player-created stages contribute to its depth and replay value.

Looking ahead, Xbox Game Pass has announced three titles for June: Firework, Rolling Hills, and Still Wakes the Deep. Firework, a puzzle horror game, and Rolling Hills, a life simulation featuring a sushi restaurant robot, will debut on June 4. Subsequently, Still Wakes the Deep, a horror title from The Chinese Room, is set to arrive on June 18, promising more excitement for subscribers.