A total of four new ID@Xbox games are coming to Xbox Game Pass in June. The Messenger, Streets of Rogue, Observation, and the already announced Night Call are all coming to the service this week. Observation will be playable in both Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC. June 24thhttps://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/105886.jpg Night Call Night Call is already playable in Xbox Game Pass for PC. Playing as a cab driver in Paris working the night shift, a corrupt detective is planning to frame you for a series of murders unless you can help with the investigation. You must pick up passengers, listen to their stories and help solve a mystery. Night Call is playable in Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC now. June 25thhttps://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/106397.jpg The Messenger The Messenger is currently available to play in Xbox Game Pass for PC. Players take on the role of a young ninja who travels through a cursed world to deliver a powerful scroll to help with his clan's survival after a demon army attacks their village. The action-platformer comes to Xbox Game Pass for console on June 25th. https://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/095854.jpg Streets of Rogue Streets of Rogue is a rogue-lite that takes place in a procedurally generated city instead of dungeon. Players will have to fight, sneak and hack their way through the immersive sim and they need to complete specific mission goals by using their character's special traits, items and the environment. Streets of Rogue is coming to Xbox Game Pass for console on June 25th. https://www.trueachievements.com/customimages/106671.jpg Observation Observation is coming to both Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC on June 25th. In this sci-fi thriller, players will have to uncover the mystery of what happened Dr Emma Fisher and her crew through the lens of the space station's artificial intelligence. Players will have to operate cameras, controls systems and other tools to assist Dr Fisher in uncovering what happened to her crew. Xbox Game Pass is set to lose nine games at the end of this month, including heavy hitters such as Metro Exodus and Life is Strange 2.