Xbox Game Pass has been one of the biggest driving forces when it comes to gamers deciding if they should get the Xbox Series X|S.
The subscription service gives players access to a huge number of games, from classics like the Gears of War series to titles like The Falconeer that players would otherwise never try.
There is even options for racing fans out there as Assetto Corsa and F1 2019 are available on the service. And now two fresh racers are coming to Xbox Game Pass.
Slated to land on 25 February, DIRT 5 takes players around the world with some spectacular locations. From South Africa to Norway, and Arizona to China you can race in every climate imaginable and in a huge variety of vehicles.
With a career mode that includes gaming deities like Nolan North and Troy Baker and a Playgrounds mode that lets you create and share races it is an experience like no other.
Speaking of unique experiences, also joining Xbox Game Pass is Wreckfest.
Landing on 18 February, THQ Nordic's homage to banger racing and destruction derby promotes physical racing while embracing the ridiculous with driveable sofas, wreckable school buses, and lawn mower races.
The game is full of crazy race modes and amazing moments that offer destructive action like no other game.
The other great thing about these games, as well as their entry to Xbox Game Pass, is that they are controller-friendly games.
That's right, you don't need to have a racing wheel or expensive sim rig to play them.
They are also very family friendly with a suite of assists that can help anyone play.