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A major coup for Xbox Game Pass in the last year - as well as the hundreds of ‘free’ games at your fingertips - has been the addition of EA Play to the service. And that addition is bringing us EA’s latest release, Knockout City, to thousands of gamers through Game Pass as it releases on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. PlayStation, PC and Switch players can also get in on the brawling!
If story-rich action adventures are your thing, then The Wild at Heart on Xbox, Game Pass and PC is looking like being an absolutely nailed on success. I mean, how can you not adore something that brings visuals that are so damn glorious?
It's been just over a year since we first heard that The Ascent was coming to Xbox and PC. Finally though the highly anticipated cyberpunking action shooting RPG has been detailed and dated, with a July launch set. And yep, we'll be playing this through Xbox Game Pass!
It's coming up to two years since Remnant: From the Ashes first provided players with a post-apocalyptic playground to shoot through. Now though it's time for that world to make the most of the power of the next-gen consoles with a free upgrade which should make things even more enticing. And to sell things further, cross-play support and some free love through Xbox Game Pass makes it even more exciting.
Xbox Game Pass keeps delivering on great games, big news and incredible value month-after-month. April 2021 hasn’t been any different for the service. Several games debuted onto the service the day of their launch, some joined the service after a long wait and one re-joined the service after a long hiatus. But with so many games cycling in and out of Xbox Game Pass, it can be almost too much content to keep up with. That’s why we’ve compiled the service’s biggest highlights into one place. Here are the Xbox Game Pass’ April 2021 highlights:
After missing out on the original Dragon Quest Builders, with PlayStation and Switch exclusivity holding Xbox players back, Dragon Quest Builders 2 looks to buck the trend with release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox Play Anywhere AND Xbox Game Pass. Basically, if you've got an Xbox, Square Enix's sandbox action building role-player can be yours to enjoy!
There are still plenty of easy achievements available from the latest Xbox games and those new Xbox Game Pass additions that rocked in throughout April 2021. Let’s see what we’ve got.
There is just something that utterly appeals about going toe-to-toe with some dinosaurs, whether that be as you round them up in Jurassic World Evolution, or head out to take in some hunting in Dino Crisis or even in the upcoming spiritual successor to that icon in Instinction. However, the ultimate goal of any dino-fuelled affair is to save humanity from being overrun - and that is where Second Extinction looks to excel, especially as it works both the Xbox Game Preview and Xbox Game Pass avenues.
Unbound Creations will happily let you ruin the day of others with the brilliant Rain on Your Parade on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox Game Pass, PC and Nintendo Switch. And honestly, you won't want to miss this one.
Destiny, Borderlands, The Division. What all of these games have in common is that they are excellent entries in the looter-shooter genre, and now many other developers want a slice of their pie. The latest challengers to the throne are Square Enix and People Can Fly (of Bulletstorm fame), with Outriders, out today on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Google Stadia and PC. Oh, and it’s on Game Pass!
Team17 have a habit of producing quirky and social experiences like Worms, Overcooked! and Moving Out, which makes Narita Boy all the more of a surprise. This is a solo saga set in the hard drive of a games console, and it’s grim, dark and brutal.
Honestly, sometimes you just have to sit back and admire the trailers you are given. That's the case with the magical Moonglow Bay which has just been announced for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and Xbox Game Pass.
Sometimes the simplest of gaming experiences are the best. At others, it's all about the wider picture. Genesis Noir is one of those latter games - a game centred around time, space and the chance to save your true love. And it just so happens to be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass.
Occasionally, just occasionally, a game will come along that rips up the rule book and is able to provide a gaming experience like no other. Occasionally that game will be greeted with applause, love, and excitement, no matter what format it hits and no matter what your usual gaming style demands. Octopath Traveler is one of those games. And it's available right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass.
We've had in-clan fighting, bomb threats and more betrayals than you’ve likely had hot dinners, but now comes perhaps Kiryu’s most personal journey as Yakuza 6: The Song of Life arrives on Xbox and PC and available to subscribers through Xbox Game Pass.
It may have only rolled out onto PC in 2015, but it didn't take long for Undertale to become a bit of a classic. Created by the one and only Toby Fox, it is a game that has notched up some serious acclaim in those years, with Steam reviews alone rolling into the Overwhelmingly Positive. Now though it's time for this Undertale to come to console, with a release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and through Xbox Game Pass.
It's gone down as a massive hit on Nintendo Switch and PC since first launch back in 2019 but now it's time to fight for the hive in Killer Queen Black on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, with the game coming to Microsoft's services through the brilliant Xbox Game Pass and catering for full cross-platform support.
Now Jurassic World Evolution is available on Xbox Game Pass too, playable via the the cloud on mobile as well. We wanted to know more about not just how the game came about, and what is planned for the future, but why it has taken so long for Frontier to pull the trigger on the Xbox Game Pass route. That is where Brendon Morgan, producer at Frontier Developments, came in.
We only saw Wired Productions and Tomas Sala release The Falconeer on to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S in November, accompanying the launch of the next-gen consoles into the world. Already though we're finding the game fly high into Xbox Game Pass, as a new The Hunter DLC pack joins the aerial fight.
Cut off from the world, you’re surrounded by frozen tundra and a group of fellow players who are also stranded, with survival looking increasingly unlikely amid the deadly conditions. Teamwork is the only chance of emerging with your life intact, however your teammates could be just as treacherous as the icy elements. Who can you trust as Project Winter looks to stir up paranoia on Series X|S, Xbox One, and Xbox Game Pass? Chances are, not even your best friend.
The Medium looks like a further refinement of what Bloober Team do so well: horror games that wholly immerse you in their worlds, and they’re beautiful worlds at that. The Medium has been made for the Xbox Series X|S, and we’ve been baying for a game that showcases the tech. Well, it’s finally here, and it’s free (depending on definition of ‘free’) on the Xbox Game Pass. The Medium is out now on Xbox Series X|S and PC.
Ever since Yakuza Kiwami 2 was released into Xbox Game Pass, fans of the series had been clamouring for the remainder of the series to come to Xbox too. And prayers were answered during The Game Awards 2020 when it was announced The Yakuza Remastered Collection would be coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC, and once again to Xbox Game Pass. That day has finally arrived and the amount of Yakuza games now available on Xbox has instantly doubled to six titles.
When an evil doctor and his synthetic minions decimate your clan, bringing your whole world crashing down, there’s only one thing to be done - get retribution. The gruelling road to redemption starts right now as Cyber Shadow delivers old school ninja action to every major platform, while it also sneaks into the Xbox Game Pass library.
2021 is well underway and we’re seeing the already excellent Xbox Game Pass expand once more. With this latest round of games being added into Xbox Game Pass, I think it is safe to say that the post-Christmas lull is over. Let’s jump straight in!