Now that Microsoft has brought the PC Game Pass to Malaysia, we can finally start looking at what games are coming and going from the library every once in awhile. For the month of July, five games are coming in, and another five are making their way out. Though while the former bunch are coming in at different dates, the latter group will all take their leave on 31 July.
Starting with what’s coming in, the earliest of them all is also probably the one with the highest profile: Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2. If you’re interested in the series at all, chances are you’ve already played this game, But if not, this is available via PC Game Pass today. Though since it’s an Ubisoft title you’ll likely have to get this game via Ubisoft Connect, and then link the two accounts together.
Two other games are making their way to PC Game Pass on 21 July. They are Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion, and MotoGP 22. The former is the standalone expansion of the 2008 game, which its devs describe as RT4X (real-time explore, expand, exploit and exterminate). On the other hand, the latter should be quite self explanatory, and it has the distinction of being the newest game on the list.
Finally, and only coming in on 29 July, there’s Inside. This is a narrative-driven indie platformer-adventure title which, as Microsoft describes, combines “intense action with challenging puzzles”.
As for games leaving PC Game Pass, the five games that will be shuffled out of the library are Dodgeball Academia, Katamari Damacy Reroll, Lumines Remastered, Omno and Raji: An Ancient Epic. As mentioned, all of them will be removed on 31 July, but you can still purchase them to play them permanently. Microsoft says that there’s a 20% membership discount as well.