Xbox Game Pass September brings Bloodstained, Jump Force and more

Anime and indie fans have much to enjoy in the Xbox Game Pass releases arriving soon in September.

The September games list for Xbox Games Pass has been revealed by Microsoft today, and it looks like a good ‘un. Starting September 19, subscribers on Xbox One will get access to a new suite of games, as detailed below:

Xbox Game Pass September lineup

Xbox Game Pass September lineup Jump Force Bloodstained
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The September lineup for Xbox Games Pass subscribers includes Jump Force, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Bad North, Dirt Rally 2.0 and Lego Worlds. The new additions begin from tomorrow, September 19, with the second wave coming ten days later on September 26. Here’s the full list:

September 19

  • Jump Force
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

September 26

  • Bad North
  • Dirt Rally 2.0
  • LEGO Worlds

The heavy hitters this month are clearly Jump Force and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. While the former was far from perfect, our own Morgan Shaver found plenty to enjoy in its nonsensical, multi-world battles - check our their review for more on the game. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a brilliant revival of old-school metroidvanias, so if you’re looking to give it a try then make sure to browse through our healthy list of guides to get you started.

Elsewhere, Bad North offers an intriguing small-scale take on the RTS formula, Dirt Rally 2.0 brings weather effects to its muddy tracks, while LEGO Worlds lets players explore procedurally generated worlds of blocky joy just waiting to be deconstructed.

To get access to the games listed above you need to sign up to Xbox Game Pass for $9.99 a month (on console). It’s a tad pricier than Xbox Live Gold, but joining also grants access to recent releases like Gears 5, which could be tempting enough to bite.

Are you a fan of the next run of Xbox Game Pass additions arriving in September? Which title are you most looking forward to playing? Let us know in the comments below!

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