Xbox Game Pass will add Maneater, Conan Exiles, Knockout City, and more in late May

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Microsoft has unveiled the titles they will be adding to Xbox Game Pass on PC and consoles at the end of May, and while there isn’t one big addition, the lineup is large and diverse. Subscribers can look forward to Maneater, Conan Exiles, SnowRunner, a few new titles in Knockout City and Wild at Heart, and more! A number of EA Play titles are now also available to play via the cloud, including MechWarrior 5 and Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville.

Here are you end of May Game Pass titles for PC and console:

Snow runner (Cloud, Console and PC) – Available Now

SnowRunner puts you behind the wheel of powerful vehicles as you conquer extreme open environments with the most advanced terrain simulation ever. Drive over 40 vehicles from brands like Ford, Chevrolet and Freightliner as you leave your mark on an untamed open world

Peggle 2 (Cloud) EA Play – May 20

Peggle 2 is a magical game full of bouncing balls, magical pins and stones made of pure fun! Test your luck and skill by removing pins, hitting bricks and timing your shots just right to reach extreme fever!

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville (Cloud) EA Play – May 20

Ready the juice cannons and prepare for battle! Explore 20 fully customizable character classes, complete hilarious missions, defeat epic bosses, take on friends and enemies in six PvP modes including Battle Arena and more. Experience the incredible thrills of combat with EA Play today!

Secret neighbor (PC) – May 20

Secret Neighbor is an exciting multiplayer horror game where a group of kids try to rescue their friend from the neighbour’s creepy basement – the only problem is that one of the kids is the neighbor in disguise.

The Wild at Heart (Console and PC) – May 20

Day one with Xbox Game Pass! The Wild at Heart is a whimsical story set around two children who escape to a fantastic land full of magical creatures to befriend and a strange order of guards who have lost their way. Explore a beautiful, handcrafted world full of charming puzzles and deep secrets. Welcome to the deep forest.

The Catch: Carp & Coarse Fishing (Cloud, Console and PC) – May 21

With 35 species to hunt, you’ll have to work out your strategy and tactics to catch every boss fish. To succeed, you must choose your fishing spot, based on the time of day, weather conditions and perfect equipment, before heading out to fight to capture these elusive creatures.

Knock out city (Console and PC) EA Play – May 21

Day One with Xbox Game Pass for PC and Ultimate with EA Play! Calling all fighters! Team up and battle it out in Knockout City, where epic dodgeball fights settle the score in team-based multiplayer matches. Throw, catch, pass, dodge and grab your way to dodgeball dominance!

Maneater (Cloud, Console and PC) – May 25

Maneater is a single-player action RPG set in the brutal waters of the Gulf Coast. Fight for survival in the open ocean, swamps and rivers with peril at every depth. Your only tools are your mind, your jaws and an uncanny ability to evolve as you feed.

Conan Exiles (Cloud and Console) – May 27 – Optimized for Series X | S on May 27

Alone and naked in a hostile country, your first task is simply to survive. Then you have to build a stronghold and gather your allies. And from there you can go out and dominate your enemies. Conan Exiles is a single and multiplayer survival game set in a massive open world sandbox with mythical beasts, dangerous dungeons and the freedom to play however you want.

Fuzion Frenzy (Cloud) – May 27

The original Xbox Fuzion Frenzy combines the continuous, frantic action of a futuristic street sport with the action-packed fun of mini-games in a dynamic 3D urban environment. Six arenas and over 45 minigames provide lots of competitive fun for up to four players.

Joy Ride Turbo (Cloud) – May 27

Joy Ride Turbo is an arcade racer that delivers precision, speed and insane stunt mayhem! Show off your skills in the Stunt Park or explore and find collectibles that unlock cars, giving you an edge on faster races and deadly stunts.

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries (Console) – May 27

Welcome to the year 3015! It’s a great time to be alive. Humanity has colonized thousands of galaxies, war is everywhere, and the battlefields of the future are dominated by colossal machines known as BattleMechs. It’s dangerous work for the elite pilots of these metal monsters, but that’s why a power-hungry MechWarrior like you came here, right?

Slime Rancher (PC) – May 27

Slime Rancher is the story of Beatrix LeBeau, a brave young farmer who sets out to find a life a thousand light-years away from Earth on the Far, Far Range, where she tries to make a living from arguing slime. With a can-do attitude, lots of grit and her trusty vacpack, Beatrix tries to file a claim, amass a fortune and avoid the danger looming from the rolling, shaking avalanche of slime around every corner!

Solasta: Crown of the Magister (PC) – May 27

Discover the shattered world of Solasta. Explore ruins and dungeons for legendary treasures, learn the truth of an ancient disaster and stop it from happening. Tailor your team to your favorite strategy and maximize your team’s abilities in the classic RPG tradition on the table. The choice is yours.

SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest (PC) – May 27

Impress the chaotic world of Nortander in SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest. Explore and prosper, build and lead armies, develop your character and defend the throne in this tale of renegades and rebellion.

Xbox Game Pass gives players access to over 100 games for $ 10 a month – you can check out a full list of console and PC games available here. As always, Microsoft is offering new subscribers a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (including Xbox Live Gold and EA Play subscriptions) for only $ 1.

Which Game Pass titles do you plan on tackling in the coming weeks? I’ve always enjoyed a good game of dodgeball, so I’ve got my eye on Knockout City, and hey, maybe it’s finally time to try Conan Exiles.

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