Is Bomb Rush Cyberfunk Coming to Game Pass?

Ali Hashmi
Ali Hashmi
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The spiritual successor to Jet Set Radio, Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is officially coming to PC through Steam, and the Nintendo Switch next month, in August 2023. It’s one of the most anticipated releases of the year and features the return of the famed composer, Hideki Naganuma. Though, is Bomb Rush Cyberfunk coming to Game Pass? Here is everything you need to know.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk: Is It Coming to Game Pass?

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is not coming to Game Pass at launch, and there hasn’t been any announcement by Team Reptile to indicate that it is.

The title is coming to PC through Steam, and not Windows Store at launch. Apart from that, the only console it’s coming to at launch is the Nintendo Switch.

The Xbox and PlayStation versions have been confirmed, but those will come out at a later date. While we don’t have a timeline for the Xbox and PlayStation versions, the developers have confirmed that it will release on those platforms “shortly after“.

Will Bomb Rush Cyberfunk Launch on Game Pass Later On?

There is a good chance that the title might end up on the service down the line. Team Reptile’s last title, Lethal League Blaze was released on the service in 2021, which means that they are open to releasing their titles on the service at least.

While it isn’t likely, it’s possible that the delayed Xbox version might just release on Game Pass too. We’ll update this article if there is more information.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk Release Date

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is coming to PC and the Nintendo Switch on 18th August 2023.

We hope this answered your question regarding the availability of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk on the subscription service. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.

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