Metal Gear Solid V, Killer Instinct join July's Xbox One and PC Game Pass line-up

Plus The Banner Saga 3, For The King, and more.

Microsoft has announced a fresh batch of titles coming to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service this month, on both Xbox One and PC, including the likes of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition.

Working in chronological order, 17th July sees the arrival of intriguing "non-linear, narrative-driven noire investigation" mystery Night Call on PC. A day later, on 18th July, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain comes to Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One, and The Banner Saga 3 - the final entry in Stoic Games' critically acclaimed Viking series - arrives for Xbox One and PC.

Rounding off the month, on 25th July, are Shinji Mikami's survival horror classic Resident Evil 4 (Xbox One), superb tabletop RPG rogue-like For The King (PC), and Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition - which includes all 26 characters from Seasons 1-3 - for both Xbox One and PC.

And for those with an insatiable love of lists, here's all that again in a more readily digestible form. Don't think I forgot you!

17th July

  • Night Call (PC)

18th July

  • The Banner Saga 3 (Xbox One and PC)
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Xbox One)

25th July

  • For The King (PC)
  • Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition (Xbox One and PC)
  • Resident Evil 4 (Xbox One)

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