Battlefield V (Cloud) and Cris Tales (Cloud, Console, and PC) join the subscription service today, ahead of Atomicrops (Cloud, Console, and PC), Raji: An Ancient Epic (Cloud, Console, and PC), and Last Stop (Cloud, Console, and PC) on July 22.
They will be followed by Blinx: The Time Sweeper (Cloud and Console) and Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (Cloud and Console) on July 26, and Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox Series X/S) on July 27.
Lethal League Blaze (Cloud, Console, and PC), Omno (Cloud, Console, and PC), Project Wingman (PC), and The Ascent (Cloud, Console, and PC) will then join Xbox Game Pass on July 29.
Microsoft has also added touch controls to 14 more cloud-enabled games available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, taking the total to over 80.
The latest games to support touch controls are Cities: Skylines, Darkest Dungeon, Fable Anniversary, Fable II, Fable III, Fuzion Frenzy, Gonner2, Joy Ride Turbo, Outlast 2, Steep, The Bard’s Tale ARPG, The Bard’s Tale IV, The Bard’s Tale Trilogy, and The Wild at Heart.
The following titles will be leaving Xbox Game Pass on July 31: It Lurks Below (Console and PC), The Touryst (Cloud, Console, and PC), and UnderMine (Cloud, Console, and PC).
Microsoft recently made Xbox Cloud Gaming available to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on PC and iOS. Additionally, the service is now being powered by custom Xbox Series X hardware.
Last month, Microsoft also said it is planning to bring Xbox Cloud Gaming to internet-connected TVs in a move that will let players access services like Game Pass with no extra hardware required except a controller. It is building its own streaming devices to bring cloud gaming to any TV or monitor without the need for a console too.