What time does 12 Minutes release on Xbox Game Pass?

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Annapurna Interactive's narrative adventure game, 12 Minutes, is due to release later today, coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one.

However, if you're excited to jump into the game, you might be wondering exactly when the game is due to be available for download. We've got everything you need to know.

Latest - 12 Minutes is out Today!

12 Minutes will release today on Xbox Game Pass and we expect the game will be ready to download at 17:00 BST / 12:00 EST / 09:00 PST.

You can check back on the Game Pass app on your Xbox when it's ready and the download should appear. Often, when a game is releasing on Xbox Game Pass, you may need to head to the store listing to donwload it as there is a delay in it appearing on Game Pass directly.

12 Minutes Xbox Game Pass Release Time

While the final time hasn't been officially confirmed, we expect 12 Minutes to release on Xbox Game Pass at 5pm BST/12pm ET on August 19.

There is a small chance that the game comes out at midnight in your local time, but we don't think it will do until later on.

As soon as the official release time is confirmed, we'll be sure to let you know. 5pm BST/12pm ET on August 19 is a good time to expect it, though.

Official Description & Trailer

If you're unaware about how 12 Minutes works, we've got the game's official description and trailer for you down below.

"What should be a romantic evening with your wife turns into a nightmare when a police detective breaks into your home, accuses your wife of murder and beats you to death... Only for you to find yourself immediately returned to the exact moment you opened the front door, stuck in a Twelve Minute time loop, doomed to relive the same terror again and again... Unless you can find a way to use the knowledge of what’s coming to change the outcome and break the loop. Twelve Minutes is an interactive narrative that blends the dream-like tension of The Shining with the claustrophobia of Rear Window and the fragmented structure of Memento.

The game is coming to PC, as well as Xbox, so you can play it even if you're not subscribed to Xbox Game Pass for console.

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