Concurrently with QuakCon, Microsoft has announced that several classic Wolfenstein and Quake titles are available now on PC Game Pass, along with a few other games. (These are in addition to the previously-announced Game Pass titles for the second half of August.)
“We’re back with more games for your PC,” Microsoft’s Megan Spurr announced. “If you have been tuning into QuakeCon, you may have just heard that even more games are coming to PC Game Pass.” All are available immediately.
An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire. “The Imperial Battle College lost contact with the Battlespire, an elite training center hidden in Oblivion. An agent sent to investigate discovers the staff dead and the gate back to Tamriel blocked. With the facility under siege by daedra, the only way out is to go deep into darkness.”
Quake 4. “As part of the elite Rhino Squad, you must spearhead Earth’s military invasion of a hostile alien home world. But, in this desperate war for humanity’s survival against an unrelenting enemy, you may discover that the only way to defeat them… is to become one of them.”
Return to Castle Wolfenstein. “World War II rages and nations fall. The Nazis are twisting science and the occult into an army capable of annihilating the Allies once and for all. As US Army Ranger William “B.J.” Blazkowicz, pierce the black heart of the Third Reich and stop them … or die trying.”
The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard. “Tiber Septim has swept through Tamriel, uniting its squabbling lands by force. Even the mighty Redguards of Hammerfell have come under Imperial control. Cyrus, the legendary Redguard mercenary, leads a rebellion against the Empire. “
Wolfenstein 3D. “World War II rages. The Nazis are planning to build an unstoppable, mutant army. On a mission to steal the secret plans, you were captured and imprisoned. Now, a lucky break gives you the chance to escape, but a maze of passages and trigger-happy Nazis stand in your way.”
Note that Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Quake 4, and Wolfenstein 3D are not available in Germany.