Microsoft has announced some new titles that will be coming to their game streaming service Xbox Game Pass later this month.
Some of the new additions include Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG shooter – -Fallout 4m Square Enix’s crazy and chaotic title Just Cause 4 and TT Game’s sequel to LEGO Batman. All of these games are fairly new and would be headliners in their own, however, they were announced all together meaning Microsoft is pumping out high volumes of great games for the service without being stingy.
Check out the full set of new games and their expected arrival to the service down below:
Just Cause 4 (March 6)
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Rico Rodriguez gliding to Xbox Game Pass on March 6! Xbox One players will be able to play as the rugged rogue agent and venture to the Island of Solis where you can unleash chaos in a number of explosive & creative ways. With Rico’s newly customizable grappling hook, you’ll be able to stride, glide and ride through exotic landscapes besieged by extreme weather, pushing you and enemy Black Hand militia to their limits as you lead an army of chaos
LEGO Batman 2 (March 6)
Calling all crime fighters! Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Superman, and more playable DC Comics characters than you can shake a shark repellent covered stick at, are back to save Gotham City. Play as different members of the Justice League in this open world single or multiplayer game, while stopping Lex Luthor, Joker, and more notorious villains in their tracks.
F1 2018 (March 14)
The official videogame of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, F1 2018 challenges you to make headlines as you become immersed in the world of F1 more than ever before. You will have to build your reputation both on and off the track, with time-pressured media interviews that influence your career in the sport.
Fallout 4 (March 14)
Returning to your Xbox Game Pass library in a shiny set of Power Armor, Fallout 4 drops you back into the Commonwealth as you set out to search for your missing son. Explore the wasteland, fight vicious Deathclaws and gain new abilities to help shape the fate of a post-apocalyptic Boston.
For roughly $10 a month, users can download from the huge library of games and play them until beaten. The Game Pass service is truly innovative and I am curious to see how it progresses over time.
Xbox Game Pass is now loaded with more AAA titles and indie titles than most gaming streaming services out there. Did any of these new additions push you to subscribe to the service? Let us know in the comments below!