Microsoft announced the Xbox Game Pass program earlier this year. It’s a Netflix-style subscription service that provides access to a library of games that subscribers can access as long as they keep paying for the service. Microsoft promised that it will continue adding new titles to the library and it’s following through on that promise. Xbox Game Pass is going to get seven new games next month.

Microsoft announced the Xbox Game Pass service in June this year. It’s a subscription service that provides access to a catalog of backward compatible Xbox 360 and Xbox One games for $9.99 per month.

The company launched Xbox Game Pass with more than 100 titles in the library and promised to continue adding more titles to it down the road. All those who want to subscribe get a 14 day trial for free so they can test it out before they pay $9.99 per month for it.

These seven titles will be added to the Xbox Game Pass library between August 29 and September 1. They include ReCore: Definitive Edition, Metro: Last Light Redux, Fable II, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, 10 Second Ninja X, Hue, and The Bridge.

Microsoft has also confirmed that it’s expanding the Xbox Game Pass program to eight new countries. The new markets where this program is now live include Argentina, Brazil, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, South Africa, Turkey, and the UAE.

Xbox owners in these markets will be able to sign up for Xbox Game Pass from September 1st.

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