EA Play, Final Fantasy 8 Remastered, Planet Coaster, and more join Xbox Game Pass in Nov.

By Brittany Vincent,
Xbox gamers have a lot to look forward to when November 10th rolls around. There are several new titles making their way to Xbox Game Pass, right in the midst of the Xbox Series X|S's storied debut.

First, EA Play is arriving for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. It'll be available at no extra cost on Xbox consoles for players to delve into the EA Play vault. The service includes titles like FIFA 20, Titanfall 2, Need for Speed Heat, Mass Effect, The Sims, and more. It's a great time to be able to jump into some older EA titles, especially those you may have missed out on before they were available to subscribers.

Some of these same titles will be available to play on Android devices via cloud gaming starting on November 10th, so you can take them on the road with you:

Dragon Age: Inquisition
Madden NFL 20
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2
The Sims 4
Unravel 2

Over the course of the month, additional games will be added to the Xbox Game Pass library as well, including the following:

Tetris Effect: Connected
Planet Coaster
Halo: The Master Chief Collection
ARK: Survival Evolved
Destiny 2
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered
River City Girls
Gears Tactics
River City Girls (Win 10)
Star Renegades
Streets of Rogue (Win 10)

Of course, with all the new titles headed to Xbox Game Pass, there are a few games set to depart as well. Here's what's leaving the service on November 16th:

Darksiders III (Console & PC)
Munchkin (Console & PC)
The Talos Principle (Console & PC)
Tracks: The Train Set Game (Console & PC)

The new month-long Disney+ trial has gone live as well, so in addition to all of these new games, you can catch up on The Mandalorian or whatever Disney+ show you've been hankering for...if you have time between all these new titles, anyway.
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