As is customary for any month of the year, Xbox Game Pass is adding some more games to the cloud-streaming portion of its service.

For anyone who’s been playing the first couple of Yakuza games on Game Pass, the remastered versions of Yakuza 3, Yakuza 4 and Yakuza 5 will debut on the service on 28th January. These titles will be available to stream from the cloud directly to your mobile phone and provide hundreds of hours of gameplay as you run around beating people up in a fictionalised subdistrict of Tokyo.

If you can’t wait that long, Desperados 3, Donut County, and Outer Wilds is coming to the service this Thursday. Desperados 3 is a tactical stealth game set in the Wild West where you utilise different skills and actions to get through each level, while Donut County is a chaotic physics puzzler where you play as an ever-growing hole in the ground.

Outer Wilds, on the other hand, is a space exploration game where you discover the many secrets and surprises hidden within a rich solar system. I’ve played this game on PC and would definitely say it is worth your time.

Cyber Shadow is also hitting Game Pass next week on 26th January. It’s a ninja action game where you slash through the ruins of a megacity to unlock the secrets to your clan’s ancient power.

There are some other games not coming to the cloud detailed in the announcement post on Xbox Wire, such as Control on PC and The Medium on PC and Xbox Series X|S. As always, expect there to be more Game Pass additions in February and we’ll be sure to update you on them when we know more.

Here's a definitive list of all Xbox Game Pass titles on mobile cloud streaming that have touch controls.