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Xbox One September 2018 Game Pass Library Titles Out Now: Halo Series Titles, Quantum Break and More

The wait is finally over as September 2018 Xbox One Game Pass library titles are now out. As part of the latest Game Pass library titles, some of the biggest and most popular titles are available to download at no extra cost. In addition, fans of Xbox One will now be able to enjoy some of the best games for less than the original price.


Along with the 10 initially revealed titles for the September 2018 Game Pass, some of the biggest first-party titles are also available for download. Games such as Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Quantum Break are added to the catalog.

All these titles are now part of over hundred games that are already part of both Xbox One and Xbox 360 game pass library. One of the biggest titles to hit the September 2018 Game Pass library is Halo: The Master Chief Collection. This means that the fans will now have Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4 at the price of one game.

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In addition, all the multiplayer maps for all these Halo series games are also included in the bundle. Another big inclusion to the Xbox One Game Pass library titles is the Quantum Break by Remedy Entertainment. One of the newest games to make its way to the Game Pass library is Onrush. Onrush was released recently this year.

Moreover, all the fans can now have games such as Forza Horizon 4, Halo: Infinite, and Gear 5 along with several other first party games at no additional cost as well. Check out the September 2018 Game Pass titles added to the library below.

Xbox One September 2018 Game Pass Titles

  1. Halo: Master Chief Collection
  2. Quantum Break
  3. Aven Colony
  4. Onrush
  5. Snake Pass
  6. Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams
  7. Shadow Warrior 1
  8. Innerspace
  9. Sky Force Reloaded
  10. Manual Samuel

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