Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for September

Posted on September 14, 2021 by Paul Thurrott in Xbox with 1 Comment

Microsoft today announced the remaining titles it will deliver via Xbox Game Pass during the second half of September. The firm also announced that Xbox touch controls have been added to 11 more Xbox Cloud Gaming titles.

The new Game Pass titles are:

September 15

Flynn: Son of Crimson (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: Flynn: Son of Crimson is a handcrafted 2D action platformer that will take players on a journey of discovery and conflict. Join Flynn and his mythical companion Dex to save Rosantica from The Scourge. Discover and master the power of Crimson Energy to stop the evil overlord Zealock!”

September 16

I Am Fish (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: I Am Fish is a charming, physics-based adventure starring four intrepid fish friends, forcibly separated from their home in a pet shop fish tank. Swim, fly, roll and chomp your way to the open ocean in a bid for freedom and to re-unite once again.”

SkateBird (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: You’re a lonely lil’ skateboarding bird, and your Big Friend has hung up their board for good. Their job sucks, and lately, they are barely ever home to play with you. You are going to fix all that – with the power of skateboarding! Above all else, skate birds try their best.”

Superliminal (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Perception is reality. In this mind-bending first-person puzzler, you escape your own dream by tackling impossible puzzles based on perspective and optical illusions. Think outside the box and expect the unexpected.”

September 17

Aragami 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: The Aragami emerge as a clan to defend their own, utilizing the shadows to avail their cause. Aragami 2 takes the franchise to new levels of stealth and skill-based combat in a gripping narrative that can be experienced in solo or with friends as a co-op stealth-action adventure.”

Lost Words: Beyond the Page (Cloud, Console, and PC)
“Winner of over a dozen awards, Lost Words is an atmospheric narrative adventure that takes place in the personal diary entries belonging to a young girl named Izzy. Unfold the pages and explore the fantasy land of Estoria, a place where words hold immense power.”

Sable (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: Embark on an unforgettable journey and guide Sablethrough her Gliding; a rite of passage that will take her across stunning deserts and ancient wonders. Explore a rich world by hoverbike, solve puzzles, climb great heights, and get to know the inhabitants. Discover who Sableis beneath the mask.”

September 23

Subnautica: Below Zero (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected]
“Dive into a freezing underwater adventure on an alien planet. Set two years after the original Subnautica, return to Planet 4546B to uncover the truth behind a deadly cover-up. Survive by building habitats, crafting tools, and diving deeper into this captivating universe.”

Tainted Grail: Conquest (PC) [email protected]
“Explore the ever-changing maps, fight with deadly enemies, and learn what happened to the cursed island of Avalon in this unique, infinitely replayable, story-driven hybrid between a deck-building Roguelike and an RPG game. Create your own combos out of hundreds of cards and learn how to survive in a dark, unforgiving world shrouded by a mysterious, deadly force known as the wyrdness.”

September 28

Lemnis Gate (Console and PC)
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: Harness the abilities of powerful operatives in mind-bending 4D battles as you disrupt the past to change the future. Lemnis Gate liberates you from the constraints of time to offer a relentlessly inventive multiplayer experience deeply rooted in tactical FPS gameplay. Exploit the unlimited intricacies of time travel and forge your path to victory.”

September 30

Astria Ascending (Cloud, Console, and PC)
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: Explore a vast world on the brink of chaos in a mature, emotional JRPG rendered in glorious 4K hand drawn visuals. Customize your characters with expansive customization, and lead the 8 Demigods of Orcanon to battle in rewarding, turn-based combat to protect the Harmony.”

Unsighted (Console and PC) [email protected]
“Available on day one with Xbox Game Pass: The few androids that remain are running out of Anima, the energy that gives all robots consciousness. It’s up to you, Alma, to save your friends from becoming Unsighted. Explore the vast ruins of Arcadia, using every tool you can find. Time is ticking. They need you.”

October 1

Phoenix Point (Console) [email protected]
“A mutating alien menace threatens the last remnants of mankind on an Earth ravaged by the Pandoravirus and it’s up to the Phoenix Project to take the planet back for humanity. The turn-based strategy hit Phoenix Point includes optimizations and changes designed specifically for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.”

And the new Xbox touch controls titles are:

  • Blinx: The Time Sweeper
  • Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge
  • Cris Tales
  • Halo: Spartan Assault
  • Halo Wars: Definitive Edition
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Last Stop
  • Omno
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic
  • The Medium
  • Tropico 6

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One response to “Microsoft Announces More Game Pass Titles for September”

  1. IanYates82

    Lost Words is a brilliant game. So engrossing, and a touching story over which you get a slight bit of control but not enough to worry about having to replay the game. It's not frustrating and goes out of its way to hold your hand and just make it a great interactive story


    I bought it on sale a couple of months ago. I'd normally be mildly annoyed it was now available on game pass, but I don't regret the purchase as it was cheaper, yet better, and about twice as long, as a good movie.


    I'll check out the other games. I note a *lot* of them are now cloud available. I assume that brand new games joining the service are strongly encouraged to have this as an option.

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