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Xbox Game Pass Looks To Be Getting More Activision Blizzard Titles Soon

Crashing in.

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is reportedly the next game in Activision Blizzard’s library to come to Xbox Game Pass after the debut of Diablo IV back in March, and could also be followed by Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 and the Spyro Reignited Trilogy.

That’s according to leaker “eXtas1s” on eXputer, whose Game Pass catalogue leaks in the past have proven to be accurate. They say that Crash is set to appear in August’s line-up, while the timing of the other two games is less certain.

While Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 is officially confirmed to be coming to Game Pass when it releases later in the year, eXtas1s is also unclear on legacy CoD titles appearing along with this reported next batch of ABK games.

“The first Activision games will arrive on Game Pass in August,” their note reads.

“Since the closing of the ABK purchase in October 2023, we have only received Diablo IV on Game Pass and confirmation of Black Ops 6 arriving Day 1 on Game Pass in October 2024.

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“According to our sources and certain graphic evidence, I have been able to find out the arrival window to Game Pass for what appears to be the first (or one of the first) Activision games coming to Game Pass. The name is Crash N’Sane Trilogy, and it will land on Game Pass sometime in August (I do not know if it can be played through xCloud).

“Logically, I’m also looking forward to the arrival of Tony Hawk 1+2 and Spyro Reignited Trilogy, which I know are coming very soon but I cannot guarantee their arrival to the service in the same month. Regarding the arrival of some Call Of Duty games, I currently have no information about whether they will arrive in August, or whether we’d have to wait even longer.”

Xbox just revealed the first batch of games coming to Game Pass for the month of July, which includes a couple of new day one releases.