Xbox Game Pass October is getting Telltale’s Walking Dead S1+S2, more

Xbox Game Pass October

Also, Chivalry 2

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Microsoft has just unveiled their Xbox Game Pass October offerings, and so far it’s looking good, especially when it comes to variety. I mean, it’s pretty much on point every month in that regard, but genre-wise, there’s a good spread.

One highlight includes Telltale’s Walking Dead, which is launching both Season 1 and Season 2 on October 6. This is some of Telltale’s earliest work, before they took on way too many projects and imploded. Chivalry 2 isn’t a bad get either, and you can throw in the quirky Costume Quest for good measure.

Bigger Xbox Game Pass releases include Plague Tale: Requiem and Scorn later this month, which are day-and-date brand new launches with Game Pass. Both of those include cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X/S platforms. We’re not losing a lot this month either! It should be a fun little time to sail into the winter season with a ton of games to play.

You can find the full schedule with exact dates below for both the additions and departures.

Xbox Game Pass October 2

Xbox Game Pass October schedule:

Week of October 3:

  • Chivalry 2, October 4 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Medieval Dynasty, October 6 (Xbox Series X|S)
  • The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season, October 6 (PC)
  • The Walking Dead: Season Two, October 6 (PC)

Week of October 10:

  • Costume Quest, October 11 (Cloud and Console)
  • Eville, October 11 (Console and PC)
  • Dyson Sphere Program, October 13 (PC)
  • Scorn, October 14 (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X|S)

Week of October 17:

  • A Plague Tale: Requiem, October 18 (Cloud, PC, and Xbox Series X|S)

Leaving Xbox Game Pass October 15:

  • Bloodroots (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Echo Generation (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Into The Pit (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Ring of Pain (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Sable (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • The Good Life (Cloud, Console, and PC)
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