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Xbox Game Pass Could Be Adding a Major New Game for September 2022

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When Microsoft acquired Bethesda and its studios, it did so at a time when various exclusivity deals had already been made. Microsoft honored pre-existing Bethesda exclusivity deals, meaning it essentially published games like Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo on PlayStation 5.

However, it's always been assumed that once the exclusivity deals for those games ran out that they would immediately come to Xbox, and in the case of Deathloop, it's looking like that time is almost here.We've known since before the game was out that Deathloop's PS5 exclusivity was good for one full year.

Deathloop launched on September 14, 2021, so next month marks the one-year anniversary of its PS5 release date. Presumably, this means that Deathloop could technically be ported to Xbox Series X at any point after September 14, meaning it's quite possible that Game Pass subscribers will be treated to the game as a day one release sooner rather than later.Deathloop Colt Actor Teases New ProjectEven though we're close to Deathloop's PS5 exclusivity window closing, there hasn't been any announcements made about the game's potential Xbox port.

It's possible that's part of the deal made with Sony, though finer details like that aren't known at this time. In any case, Deathloop should be a huge get for Game Pass whenever it does finally come to the service, as it was one of the most critically-acclaimed games released last year and is in fact one of the highest-rated PS5 titles to date.Deathloop reviews were very flattering, with high praise for the game's unique time loop gameplay and Arkane's signature style of first-person shooting action.

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