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All cloud-based games for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

Xbox Game Pass at Gamescom 2018Source: Matt Brown / Windows Central

Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass is an online subscription service that allows you to download hundreds of games for Xbox Consoles) or PC by paying $10 a month. And If you are first-time member of Xbox Game Pass, $1 is all you have to pay for the first three months. And if you liked the service you can upgrade it to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to access PC, console, and cloud-based games by paying $15 a month.

With Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you will be able to play on android devices via cloud servers. With so many games to choose from, it can be laborious to find the best Xbox Game Pass games as well as the best PC games for Xbox Game Pass. As such, we have compiled a list of Xbox Game Pass games you can play on the cloud and a list of cloud-enabled games with touch-screen controls to help you out. This list will be updated on a regular basis because games are added and removed every month. Note that some of these games may not be available in certain countries due to region-locking.

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April 2021



Source: Square Enix

Outriders is a third-person shooter with RPG elements, developed by People Can Fly and published by Square Enix. You are the Outrider, a superpowered soldier who has been tasked to help humanity survive living on the hostile planet, Enoch. Take on this savage world alone or with your friends in three-player co-op.

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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Yakuza 6 The Song Of Life

Source: SEGA

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is an action-adventure game created by SEGA. You play as Kiryu Kazuma, a former Yakuza yearning for a peaceful life. One day, Kiryu gets word that his adoptive daughter Haruka has been put into a coma after protecting her son, Haruto, from a car crash. To make matters worse, the Tojo Clan and Yomei Alliance yakuza families are pursuing Haruto. Now, Kiryu must protect his adoptive grandson from the yakuza, learn why they are after him, and travel to Onimichi to discover who Haruto’s father is.

Narita Boy

Narita Boy is an action-adventure game developed by Studio Koba and published by Team17. You play as a genius programmer that gets pulled through a portal into a digital dimension. You are informed that the evil Stallions are planning to conquer the world and only you can stop them. Take up the Techno Sword, become the Narita Boy, and save the world.


Undertale, Toby Fox’s indie RPG that took the internet by storm in 2015 has finally come to the Xbox platforms. You play a child that is trying to make their way home after falling down into a huge underground kingdom. Along the way, you will meet a variety of colorful characters, explore a world dripping with atmosphere, and engage in turn-based combat where you can slay or spare your enemies.

Empire of Sin

Empire Of Sin

Source: Paradox Interactive

Rise to the top of the criminal underworld in Paradox Interactive’s Empire of Sin, a strategy game made by Romero Games. It’s the 1920s, and Chicago is rife with criminals vying for control of the city. Choose from a rogue’s gallery of mob bosses to play as, assemble your gang, and hustle the competition to build your vast criminal empire.

Wolfenstein: The New Order

Wolfenstein The New Order

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Bethesda and MachineGames present Wolfenstein: The New Order, a first-person shooter set in an alternate world where the Nazis have won WWII. With the aid of a resistance movement, B.J. Blazkowicz embarks on a mission across Europe to free the world from the Nazi regime.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Wolfenstein The Old Blood

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a first-person shooter published by Bethesda and MachineGames. Before the events of Wolfenstein: The New Order, B.J. Blazkowicz is sent on a mission to Bavaria to uncover the secret of the Nazi’s advanced technology. He must discover their secrets fast; otherwise, all is lost.



Source: Bethesda Softworks

Get immersed in pure terror in Bethesda’s Prey, a first-person, action-adventure game developed by Arkane Studios. You are trapped on a space station called Talos 1, and it is infested with aliens that can mimic any object. Now you must explore the station to find weapons to defend yourself with and learn how you got to Talos 1 in the first place.

Dishonored Definitive Edition

Embark on a quest for vengeance in Dishonored Definitive Edition, published by Bethesda and developed by Arkane Studios. You have been framed for the murder of the Empress of Dunwall as part of a plot to control the city. Now you must learn to harness your supernatural powers and confront the villains responsible for your fall from grace in this critically acclaimed supernatural stealth game.

DOOM (1993)

Doom 1993

Source: Bethesda Softworks

DOOM (1993) is a first-person shooter developed by id Software and published by Bethesda. Relive the original, fast-paced, demon-slaying shooter that made the genre what it is today. Rip and tear the demons alone or in split-screen co-op.

DOOM II (Classic)

Doom Ii

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Bring out your shotguns in DOOM II (Classic). The Icon of Sin and his demonic armies have come to wipe out humanity, and only you can stop them. Gun down demons with weapons of mass destruction and slay the Icon of Sin before he destroys us all.


Doom 3

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Bethesda presents DOOM 3, the most horror-driven entry in the DOOM franchise developed by id Software. You are the only survivor in a space colony infested with demons. Now you must scrounge up whatever weapons you can find to survive and stop the demonic invasion before it spreads to the stars.


Doom 64

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Id Software’s DOOM 64 was once exclusive to the Nintendo 64, and now it has come to Xbox Game Pass. Earth is once again invaded by the demons of Hell, except this time they are led by a monster called the Mother of Demons. The DOOM Marine has been called to action once more to send these demons screaming back to Hell.

The Evil Within

The Evil Within

Source: Bethesda Softworks

The Evil Within is a survival horror game directed by Shinji Mikami of Resident Evil fame, developed by Tango Gameworks, and published by Bethesda. One day during a murder investigation, detective Sebastian Castellanos gets sucked into a world where reality has crumbled around him. With limited resources and no help in sight, you must figure out how to escape this living nightmare before you are subjected to a fate worse than death.

Fallout 4

Fallout 4

Source: Bethesda Softworks

Fallout 4 is Bethesda’s fourth entry in the post-apocalyptic, Western RPG Fallout series. The nuclear war has come and gone and what remains is a broken world filled with fragments of civilization and plenty of blood-thirsty mutants. Will you help humanity rebuild what it has lost or focus on your survival? The choice is yours.

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This post was written by Alexander Cope and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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