Microsoft announces the Games With Gold June 2022 lineup soon, complete with release dates for each title.
So far, we know more about what is coming to Xbox Game Pass before the end of the month, and what titles will not be available to play next month.
Microsoft just added Vampire Survivors and Farming Simulator 22 to its official roster of Game Pass Games, and these will both remain part of the official library throughout June.
The next few weeks will also see the likes of Hardspace: Shipbreaker, Sniper Elite 5 and Cricket 22 going live before Games with Gold June 2022.
And it won’t be long before we find out more regarding the Gold free games being planned for next month.
Games with Gold June 2022 Reveal Schedule
There is no fixed date for when the new Games with Gold June 2022 lineup will be revealed; however, Microsoft will announce it before June 1. This is when the first two games from the lineup will be launched, and the company has never failed to reveal its plans before releasing its latest titles. As usual, there will be four games in total to download over the coming weeks, two from Xbox One and the others sourced from Xbox 360.
There have been times when next-gen upgrades have been thrown into the mix, but this isn’t something that happens very often. The latest few months have pulled heavily from smaller titles, as well as indie games like Limbo. And there is no reason to believe that this will change in 2022. Most of the biggest games are saved for Xbox Game Pass, and without any substantial insider leaks, we don’t know what is coming next.
Following the usual format, the first two free games will be sourced from Xbox One and Xbox 360, and will arrive on June 1. This will be followed by a second batch going live on June 16, containing the final Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles to play. Some of these will only be available for two weeks, while others will remain available for a full four weeks. Anyone interested in any of the games being offered should add them to their library to avoid missing out.
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