Elder Scrolls 4, Fallout 3, And Vermintide 2 Join Xbox One’s Games Pass In July

Independence Day just got a little sweeter for Games Pass subscribers. A whole new batch of Xbox One and backwards compatible Xbox 360 titles are dropping in July, including The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Warhammer: Vermintide 2, which released in March this year, and Fallout 3.

Last month we saw Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls Online join the service, which already includes tons of other Xbox hits ranging from Halo 5 to Gears of War 4. Xbox confirmed this year all of its first-party titles releasing from now on will also come to the service as they launch for retail. Larry Hryb revealed this month’s launches on Twitter.

Unlike Games With Gold, Games Pass doesn’t give you free games, but gives you access to 100+ downloadable titles and discounts to buy them for a monthly fee. As long as you are subscribed, you will have access to its entire catalog. The titles also don’t become available at the beginning or middle of the month, but rather throughout the month. You can check out what’s joining the catalog this month below.

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July 11

From what we can tell, this month’s additions are only for the base games and do not include any add-on content. So if you’ve been pining for Oblivion’s Shivering Isles DLC, you’ll have to fork out some extra cash.

In other Xbox news, this week is your last chance to pick up this month’s Games with Gold titles. There’s also a sale in the Xbox Store with free DLC you won’t want to miss out on.

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