Medieval open world RPG Wartales (Cloud, console, PC) and the stylish skating/turn-based combat mash-up Thirsty Suitors (Cloud, console, PC) have already been added to the service this month. The latter is a day 1 release, and reviews have praised its hilarious yet heartfelt storytelling, which deals with topics like immigration and ex partners.
Football Manager 2024 (Cloud, console, PC) comes to Game Pass on day of release, on November 6. The latest entry has all the number-crunching and little details you could want, while the console edition (treated as a separate game) is said to be closer to its PC sibling than ever.
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name (Cloud, console, PC) might be the biggest game here, and another day 1 release on November 9. Although it's a spin-off game, it picks up the story of original protagonist Kazuma Kiryu after the events of the sixth game, and will tie into next year's upcoming eighth main entry. Plus, there's karaoke.
There's another day 1 game on that day, with Dungeons 4 (Cloud, console, PC). It's like a city-builder, but for various creatures that you send out to terrorise the rest of the world. A cozy Sunday game for people with a mischievous streak.
Wild Hearts (Cloud, console, PC) also comes to Game Pass on November 9, but it's only through the Ultimate tier that has EA Play bundled in. It's a game where you hunt giant beasties and can team up with friends to do so.
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Spirittea (Cloud, console, PC) is another day 1 release, dropping on November 13. This one tasks you with running a bathhouse in order to get people to start believing in spirits again. This one also has karaoke.
Coral Island (Cloud, Xbox Series X|S) is already available on PC, and comes to the rest of Game Pass on November 14, to fulfil that Stardew Valley/Animal Crossing-shaped hole in your life.
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