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Xbox Game Pass Will House 20 Classic Bethesda Games Starting Tomorrow

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Microsoft is bringing a ton of Bethesda games, both new and old, to Game Pass starting tomorrow. The company detailed its plans to launch some of the publisher’s classics on the service in an Xbox Wire post. Some highlights on the list include Dishonored Definitive Edition, Doom, Doom 2, Doom 3, and Doom 64, all of which will be available on the console, PC, and Cloud versions of Game Pass. The list encompasses 20 games in total across varying platforms, but you can see everything that will be available starting tomorrow in the image below.

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Some Bethesda games, such as Dishonored 2 and Doom Eternal, are already available to download through Game Pass in some form, though the post does add that “a handful of these games will also benefit from FPS Boost on Xbox Series X | S.” We’ll have to wait to hear more on which games will support that new feature, though.

The massive dump of games comes after Microsoft announced that it was purchasing Bethesda and its parent company ZeniMax Media last year. The purchase was made official just earlier this week, so expect more news on what the acquisition means for the future of gaming as the year continues.

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