Technology: Xbox Game Pass: Seven new additions in the first half of August

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The first swing of newcomers for the Xbox Game Pass in August 2022 is certain. A total of seven new titles will be added by August 11th, as usual, you will find chronologically listed below.

The most prominent newcomer should undoubtedly be Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, but I find the idea behind "Turbo Golf Racing", so I packed the announcement trailer in here. On Thursday this week it comes to the Game Pass as a "Day One" title.

All newcomers at a glance:

from now on

Ghost Recon Wildlands (Cloud, Console and PC)

from August 4th

Shenzhen I/O (PC) [email protected] Turbo Golf Racing (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X | S) [email protected]

from August 9th

Point Campus (Cloud, Console and PC)

from August 11th

Cooking Simulator (Cloud, Console and PC) Expeditions: Rome (PC) Offworld Trading Company (PC) [email protected] Taking it out Xbox

on August 15, from the following games, which can leave the Xbox Game Pass again, but as usual can be purchased permanently with discount:

Boyfriend Dungeon (Cloud, Console and PC) Curse of the Dead Gods (Cloud , Console and PC) Library of Ruina (cloud, console and PC) Starmancer (Game Preview) (PC) Train Sim World 2 (cloud, console and PC)

Guardians' 'Mustard' releases statement mimicking Antonio Brown .
The Cleveland Guardians sent "Mustard," one of their condiment mascots down to the minor leagues earlier this week after recording a brutal 0-50 mark in the team's hot dog races this season. On Friday, the mascot released a familiar-sounding message on social media. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown Sincerely Mustard pic.twitter.com/MbEwwAHjc4— Guardians Hot Dogs (@CleHotDogs) August 12, 2022 Mustard's message is a near-word-for-word replication of wide receiver Antonio Brown's bizarre social media message regarding his biggest regret, which he shared on Thursday. Sincerely AB pic.

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