Xbox Game Pass keeps getting larger. Earlier this week the announcement that Outriders would be launching on Xbox Game pass was huge news. Now Microsoft has come out and announced the rest of the lineup of games coming to the service this month.
Xbox Game Pass March Additions Include Octopath Traveler, Undertale, & More
Most notably is Octopath Traveler, the once Nintendo Switch exclusive JRPG published by Square Enix. It released a while back on PC but has yet to release on PlayStation or Xbox consoles. Well, Game Pass subscribers will be able to play this game when it launches on the service this month.
Another notable release in this month’s batch of games is Genesis Noir, which is also making its launch debut on the service. You can check out the official description for the game directly below.
“A noir adventure spanning time and space. When a love triangle between cosmic beings becomes a bitter confrontation, you’ll witness a gunshot fired by a jealous god—otherwise known as The Big Bang. Jump into the expanding universe and search for a way to destroy creation and save your love.”
You can check out the rest of the games coming below. It certainly is a stacked month for Xbox Game Pass.
- Undertale (Cloud, Console, PC) - Today
- Empire of Sin (Cloud, Console, and PC) - March 18
- Nier: Automata (PC) - March 18
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Console) - March 18
- Torchlight 3 (PC) - March 18
- Genesis Noir (Console and PC) - March 25
- Octopath Traveler (Console and PC) - March 25
- Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire Ultimate Edition (PC) - March 25
- Supraland (PC) - March 25<
- Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Cloud, Console, and PC) - March 25
- Narita Boy (Cloud, Console, and PC) - March 30
- Outriders (Cloud and Console) April 1
Xbox Game Pass continues to be the best deal in gaming and this month certainly proves that. What do you think of these games coming to the service?
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