Xbox has held its annual E3 press conference today as a digital event, announcing several games that are in development as well as confirming new additions to Game Pass. The event was held in partnership with Bethesda Softworks, which was bought out by Microsoft last year.

The titles coming to Xbox Game Pass today includes Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the eighth entry to the Yakuza series which shakes things up by introducing a new playable protagonist, Ichiban Kasuga, as well as switching the combat from action brawler to turn-based fighting.

This means you can now play all eight main Yakuza games on your mobile phone using the streaming qualities of Xbox Game Pass.

Meanwhile, a bunch of Bethesda games have also hit the service today. For Cloud users, this includes Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, DOOM 2016, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Rage, The Evil Within 2, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

Xbox didn’t stop there, as it confirmed 27 brand new games that would be coming to Game Pass across PC, console and cloud. The full list of games that are coming this year are as follows:

• Microsoft Flight Simulator (Cloud, Xbox Series X|S) – July 27
• Hades (PC, Cloud, and Console) – August 21
• Among Us (Cloud and Console) – 2021
• Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance (PC, Cloud, and Console) – June 22
• The Ascent (PC, Cloud, and Console) – July 29
• Twelve Minutes (PC, Cloud, and Console) – August 19
• Psychonauts 2 (PC, Cloud, and Console) – August 25
• Aragami 2 (PC, Cloud, and Console)) – September 17
• Sable (PC, Cloud, and Console) – September 23
• Scorn (PC, Cloud, and Series X|S) – Fall 2021
• The Anacrusis (PC, Cloud, and Console) – Fall 2021
• Back 4 Blood (PC, Cloud, and Console) – October 12
• Age of Empires IV (PC) – October 28
• Forza Horizon 5 (PC, Cloud, and Console) – November 9
• Shredders (PC, Cloud, and Console) – December 2021
• Halo Infinite (PC, Cloud, and Console) – Holiday 2021
• Hello Neighbor 2 (PC, Cloud, and Console) – 2021
• The Gunk (PC, Cloud, and Console) – 2021

That’s a massive amount of games coming to the subscription service this year, and it’s exciting to see they’ll be coming to Cloud too allowing you to play them across any mobile device that supports it.

Read more about Xbox Game Pass from the official website.