Three new games will join the Xbox Game Pass for PC roster soon, growing an already large catalogue of more than 150 games (opens in new tab). Gris, A Plague Tale: Innocence and Children of Morta are the new additions, and while it's likely they'll roll out some time this month, Microsoft wasn't forthcoming with a date.
All three are a decent time: A Plague Tale: Innocence fared best under scrutiny, with our reviewer writing (opens in new tab)that it's "visually beautiful and emotionally affecting" even while it suffers from "missing gameplay variety and tonal inconsistencies". Meanwhile, Gris (opens in new tab)and Children of Morta (opens in new tab) scored 66 and 68 percent respectively.
If none of those take your fancy, it might be worth giving the subscription service a shot while it's still in beta: sign-ups are $1 for three months, which is long enough to play dozens of indies, or half of one Yakuza game. Check out the full list of featured games (opens in new tab).