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As of yesterday (August 18), the following six games are available to PC Game Pass subscribers:
- An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
- The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard
- Wolfenstein 3D
- Return To Castle Wolfenstein
- Quake 4
- Quake Champions
Additionally, anyone who pays for the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription tier will have every champion unlocked in Quake Champions.
Back in April, Redguard and Battlespire arrived on Steam for the first time, along with several other older titles.
Six legendary Bethesda games are available today on @XboxGamePassPC:
🟢 Wolfenstein 3D
🟢 Return to Castle Wolfenstein
🟢 Quake 4
🟢 Quake Champions
🟢 An ES Legend: Battlespire
🟢 TES Adventures: Redguard pic.twitter.com/1xicNw9mKJ
— Bethesda (@bethesda) August 18, 2022
While Battlespire launched in 1997 and Redguard in 1998, their addition to PC Game Pass will give Elder Scrolls fans something to play while waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6.
The follow-up to Skyrim was first teased in June 2018, but nothing else has been shared since then. As of January 2022, The Elder Scrolls 6 is reportedly still in pre-production – suggesting Bethesda’s next fantasy title is still several years away.
At the time, a Bethesda employee’s LinkedIn page shared that Starfield was currently the only game in full production at the company – though it’s unclear if Starfield‘s delay to 2023 will affect The Elder Scrolls 6‘s production schedule.
Beyond Bethesda’s latest additions to PC Game Pass, Xbox recently outlined what else is coming to the subscription service this month. Some of August’s highlights include Coffee Talk, Immortality and Immortals Fenyx Rising, which joins several titles – including Two Point Campus – that were added to Game Pass earlier in the month.
Looking further ahead, this week Xbox has been sharing cryptic hints that appear to point toward Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding coming to Game Pass.