The 10 best RPGs on Xbox Game Pass

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In a golden age of content, nothing is more difficult than trying to choose what amazing world to immerse yourself in next.

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Xbox Game Pass has a few hundred games to download with a simple subscription fee, and includes recent classics, old school favorites, and indie games that many people haven't discovered yet.

Slay the Spire

A pretty complex card-based roleplaying game, Slay the Spire has captured the imagination of a special kind of RPG and strategy game fan.  The system can be seen as daunting within the game at first, but you are likely to spend hundreds of hours immersed in it.

The Outer Worlds

Obsidian's return to the original role-playing games, The Outer Worlds blends a classic Fallout-style anti-capitalist message with a complex role-playing system that can allow you to become a savior or giant monster.

DragonAge: Inquisition

It's hard to believe that Dragonage: Inquisition has been around for a decade since its release, but it's still a great experience after all these years.

 Fallout 3

After acquiring the rights to the Fallout franchise, Bethesda Game Studios released Fallout 3.  A moody, gritty, and downright brutal role-playing game, it has cemented itself as a favorite of the RPG genre.

The Elder Scrolls Online

If you want to literally lose your whole life in a role-playing game, look no further than The Elder Scrolls Online.  Filled with hundreds of hours of content, tons of collectibles, plenty of quality endgame content, and great combat, TESO has really found its audience after the hard work of the first few years since launch.

 Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

Three games packed into one, you can now relive the spectacular Mass Effect trilogy in the upgraded Legendary Edition.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The winner of countless Game of the Year awards, and setting a new gold standard for its studio CD Projekt Red, it's hard to truly gauge the success of The Witcher 3.  The third chapter of the series, but readily available for new players

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

If you haven't played Skyrim yet, what are you doing?  Released in 2011, still being revised to rave reviews and the subject of frequent re-releases, Skyrim is a smash hit for Bethesda.