Elden Ring Is Coming to Xbox Game Pass – Report

Some hints lead to the assumption that the latest great soulslike title by FromSoftware, Elden Ring, is coming to Xbox Game Pass.

On social media of Twitter, Xbox Vice President Sarah Bond hinted to gamers that hardcore action and soulslike game Elden Ring is coming to Xbox Game Pass. At least that’s what the players think. Check out the complete details below.

Elden Ring Is Reportedly Coming to Xbox Game Pass

elden ring coming to xbox game pass

Just today, July 20, it was the turn of two other games ready to be played on Xbox Game Pass, as you will be able to download the titles Figment 2: Creed Valley and The Wandering Village to your Xbox consoles and PC, also available on the Cloud for users registered on the Ultimate plan.

Now, according to a tweet by Sarah Bond, she posted an emoji with a grandmother and a ring and put an Xbox tag next to it. She later clarified that the emoji stands for Elden Ring. So Elden Ring will be related to Xbox in some way. That is why gamers thought that she was talking about the soulslike game coming to the Xbox Game Pass service.

Microsoft and From Software haven’t commented on this and haven’t said they plan to add Elden Ring to Game Pass. In addition, before that, not a single game of the studio fell into the subscription. Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, for example, are not on the service.

Elden Ring is the most awarded, most finished game of 2022, as well as last year’s Game of the Year. Released on February 25, 2022, the action RPG continues to arouse interest and gain new fans.

It is worth reminding you to take a look at the recent free titles that will leave Xbox Game Pass from July 31st; a total of 5 games will leave the Microsoft subscription service:

  • Dreamscaper | Consoles, PCs
  • Expeditions: Rome | pc
  • Marvel’s Avengers: Definitive Edition | Consoles, PCs
  • The Ascent | Consoles, PCs
  • Two Point Campus | Consoles, PCs

Recall that Elden Ring is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.