Xbox Game Pass for PC: These 20 Unlisted Games can be Secretly Played

These games only show up after linking your EA and Xbox account.

Battlefield Xbox Game Pass for PC

The Xbox Game Pass has been a resounding success for Microsoft and provided just the jolt of energy and innovation that the brand sorely needed after the somewhat lackluster previous console cycle. Xbox’s approach to this console generation has been to look beyond the console itself and expand onto PC, and the Game Pass for PC has been instrumental in that approach.

Despite a large number of games on offer on Game Pass for PC, crafty users have been able to view and play certain games currently not listed on the Game Pass. As reported by PCGamer, there are about 20 games not listed on Game Pass for PC that can be played by linking one’s EA Play/Origin Account.

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Xbox Game Pass for PC has about 20 secret EA Play games

Xbox Game Pass PC

These games by EA are mysteriously not listed along with the other games on EA Play and are available only when the player searches for them manually after linking their EA account to the Xbox Game Pass. These games include the recently released Crysis Remastered as well a true fan-favorite, Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

  • Aragami
  • Bard’s Tale Trilogy
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2
  • Beholder
  • Capsized
  • Crysis Remastered
  • Diluvion
  • Dungeons of Dredmor
  • Epistory
  • Legrand Legacy
  • Mini Metro
  • The Sexy Brutale
  • Peggle Nights
  • Rebel Galaxy
  • Superhot
  • This War of Mine
  • Torchlight
  • Torchlight 2
  • Trine
  • Trine 2: Complete Story
  • Ultima Underworld 1
  • Ultima Underworld 2
  • Worms W.M.D.

Among the big, AAA heavy-hitters is also a great number of indie titles that are sure to provide players hours upon hours of fun gameplay. Games such as the modern cult-classic Superhot, Worms W.M.D, and Rebel Galaxy make a great selection of indie titles on the Game Pass for PC. Players can also check the EA Play App to see if any new games have been added to the list over time.

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