Tomorrow, Xbox Game Pass is growing even larger – not only is Outriders underway for the same date as its release, alongside 20 additional Bethesda titles, but the famed indie game Undertale is coming to the service.
It’s “coming soon” (as in tomorrow) to Xbox for $14.99 but for Game Pass owners, you can pick it up for free on the service to give it a whirl. It launched way back in September 2015 so it’s been nearly six years since it first dropped.
Despite being available on the Microsoft Store, however, progress will not be shared between PC and Xbox, so you’ll have to start anew if you want to play it on your console. That being said, it could be the perfect time to try out a new run, be it Pacifist or Genocide or just a nice little mix of both, killing who you want on a case-by-case basis.
It’s launching digitally but Undertale will also be getting physical editions, so if you want to flex your Xbox copy in the flesh, you can do so. While it’s dropping for Xbox One, it will also be backward compatible with Series S/X, so for next-gen players, the option is also there.
There’s plenty to play now on Xbox’s Game Pass, as before Undertale and Outriders, which are two new additions, it was found that the service contained a whopping 534 games across PC, Cloud, and Xbox. It’s only $9.99 a month, so if anything, it’d be cheaper to nab the service just to play some Undertale – the bonus is that you get access to an entire, expansive library that rivals even the most die-hard of Steam users.
Alternatively, if you spend the same amount of money on the Ultimate version of the Game Pass as you would Undertale, that being $14.99, you’ll get access to EA Play’s library and Xbox Live.
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James Troughton is a writer at TheGamer. He’s worked at the Nintendo-based site Switchaboo and newspaper TheCourierOnline and can be found on Twitter @JDTroughton.
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