October brings a thrilling lineup to PC Game Pass, with a variety of games that cater to different tastes, ensuring that gamers have plenty to explore and enjoy.
Whether you are in the mood for city building, historical adventures, indie puzzles, or spine-chilling horror, PC Game Pass has got you covered.
Cities: Skylines 2: Building on a Legacy
Cities: Skylines 2 emerges as a worthy successor to its highly acclaimed predecessor, offering gamers an intricate and immersive city-building experience. Players can delve into the complexities of urban planning, managing everything from traffic and taxation to ensuring the well-being of their city’s inhabitants.
The sequel introduces a greater emphasis on rural areas, allowing players to explore new dimensions of city management. Despite some performance issues, Cities: Skylines 2 stands as a promising start, and with the legacy of nine expansions from the original game, there is much potential for growth and development in this sequel.
Like a Dragon: Ishin!: A Journey Back in Time
Like a Dragon: Ishin! transports players to 1860s Japan, a period marked by social upheaval and the decline of the samurai class. The game masterfully balances serious historical themes with the quirky and eccentric elements that fans have come to love from the Yakuza series.
Players can immerse themselves in a vibrant, bustling town, engage in a variety of activities, and unravel a central murder mystery, all while enjoying the series’ signature blend of drama and humor.
Cocoon: A Surreal Puzzle Adventure
From the creative minds behind Limbo and Inside, Cocoon presents a vibrant and surreal world filled with intricate puzzles. The game stands out with its stunning visuals and atmospheric sound design, offering players a unique and captivating experience.
Cocoon is a testament to the power of indie games, showcasing how innovative gameplay and artistic design can come together to create a memorable adventure.
Amnesia: The Bunker & The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: A Dose of Horror
For those seeking a thrill this Halloween, Amnesia: The Bunker offers a terrifying experience set in a WWI bunker. The game introduces new mechanics and challenges, with a semi-randomized environment and a monstrous entity lurking in the shadows. The upcoming Halloween update promises to heighten the horror, ensuring that players are in for a spine-chilling adventure.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, developed by asymmetrical multiplayer veteran Illfonic, brings the iconic horror franchise to the gaming world. Players can take on the roles of various villains, each with unique abilities, in a tense and atmospheric multiplayer experience. The game stands out in the crowded asymmetrical horror genre, offering a fresh and menacing take on the classic slasher film.
October’s offerings on PC Game Pass provide a rich and diverse gaming experience, from city building and historical adventures to indie puzzles and horror.
With the return of the trial offer, allowing new users to access the extensive library for just $1/£1 for 14 days, there has never been a better time to dive into the world of PC Game Pass.