A person browses games at an XBox One Display in a GameStop in Manhattan, New York

A total of 11 games are set to be added to the Xbox Game Pass for the first half of December.

Microsoft has updated the Xbox Game Pass catalog by adding nearly a dozen titles to the subscription service and scheduling 11 for removal on Dec. 15 unless bought by players. Three of these additions are day-one new releases.

There are already three titles that have been added today for players to download. There's the adventure game "Eastward," the point-and-click "The Walking Dead: The Final Season" and a physics-based puzzle game titled "Totally Reliable Delivery Service."

Dec. 6 will see the AAA title "Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga" along with the day-one release "Hello Neighbor 2," a puzzle-based horror game. The RPG "Chained Echoes" will be added two days later to the catalog along with rhythm FPS "Metal: Hellsinger" for Xbox One. "Metal: Hellsinger" was already on Game Pass for the Series X|C, PC and the cloud.

The day-one release "High on Life" arrives on Dec. 13 from developers Squang Games and the co-creator of "Rick and Morty," Justin Roiland. Another Dec. 13 release is the alchemist simulation "Potion Craft" by tinyBuild. The last two confirmed releases are for Dec. 15 and feature the "Hot Wheels Unleashed: Game of the Year Edition" and "Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan" by Skybound Games.

Game Pass subscribers can expect to see another batch of games later this month as Microsoft typically announces coming titles in two waves. While a majority of these games are available across all three platforms offered by the Game Pass, there are two titles that are limited to either one or two platforms. "Totally Reliable Delivery Service" is only available for PC players and "Potion Craft" is only available for console and PC.

Microsoft is currently offering a deal where new subscribers can get their first month for $1.