World of Horror is a unique horror role-playing game set in a Lovecraftian universe. It was initially released on February 20, 2020 for PC. The game embraces retro aesthetics with a black-and-white one-bit graphical style reminiscent of early Macintosh computer games. Players navigate through a series of chilling mysteries in a small Japanese seaside town, encountering cosmic horrors and supernatural occurrences. But is it coming out on Game Pass?
Here’s all you need to know about whether or not World of Horror is on PC and Xbox Game Pass.
Is World of Horror on Xbox Game Pass?
No, World of Horror is not on Xbox Game Pass.
World of Horror did not launch on Xbox Game Pass. The game was launched on Game Pass for the PC version as an early access version. However, it soon left the platform and was never a part of the Xbox Game Pass catalog.
Is World of Horror on PC Game Pass?
No, World of Horror is not on PC Game Pass.
World of Horror launched on PC Game Pass as early access and was instantly loved by players. However, it is currently not a part of the PC Game Pass catalog and has not been there for a while. Panstasz has not given a formal statement for why the game was removed. However, it is now available across different platforms such as PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, and Nintendo Switch. It is accessible via Steam and the official game site.
Can you play World of Horror via Game Pass?
Unfortunately, you cannot play World of Horror via Xbox or PC Game Pass. This is because the game was removed from PC Game Pass after its early access release. However, it is now available across different platforms such as PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC (Microsoft Windows), Mac, and Nintendo Switch. It is currently playable via Steam and the official game site.
The game’s description reads:
“Experience the quiet terror of this 1-bit love letter to Junji Ito and H.P. Lovecraft. Navigate a hellish roguelite reality with turn-based combat and unforgiving choices. Experiment with your deck of event cards to discover new forms of cosmic horror in every playthrough. The inevitable awaits…“