If you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, then you’ll already be well aware of the huge number of games made available to you each and every month. With the likes of Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2 and Crackdown 3 all seeing debuts in the Pass, it is most definitely a great way of getting your hands on new and old games with ease. Today though we see another new addition to the program and yet another title is debuting within the subscription based model. That game? Laser League!

Available for free to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers, or as an £11.99 individual purchase for those without, Laser League promises to be like nothing you’ve ever played before.

Based around the light-speed future of sport, Laser League is a brand new multiplayer experience that is super easy to pick up, but near on impossible to put down as the addictive nature of its strategy based gameplay begins to take hold.

With various class abilities, the chance to dominate and eliminate your opponents, all with the view of finding a place on the podium the main goal, if you wish to become a sports legend of 2150, then a trip to the Laser League playfield should be for you.

The Microsoft Store will sort you out for a download and whilst the £11.99 price tag is more than tempting, it makes much more sense to spend a little less cash on a month long Xbox Game Pass subscription and then take it from there.

We’ll have a full review for you very soon. Keep an eye out for it.

Game Description:

Vaporise the opposition in the light-speed future of sport. An all new multiplayer experience – easy to pick up, but near impossible to put down, Laser League starts as a simple test of your reflexes, but soon becomes a strategic showdown with deep team tactics. Combine your class abilities, dominate the pitch, eliminate your opponents and claim your place on the podium. Beat Mastery challenges and level up to unlock hundreds of kits and customisations. Rise up the leaderboards and become a sports legend of 2150. Laser League, like nothing you’ve played before.

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