Is Dead Island 2 On Xbox Game Pass? – Answered

Well, is it?

Dead Island 2, the zombie bashing, brain exploding, mayhem-seeking game from Dambuster studios, tasks players with defeating the horde of the undead in the most over-the-top fashion they can think of. While the game is on many different consoles and PCs, you might wonder if it’s on Xbox Game Pass, which is a fair question. So many game launch on day one on the service that it’s essential to do your due diligence and check before dropping $70 on a game you might be able to play on a service you already pay for. So is Dead Island 2 on Xbox Game Pass? We have the answer below.

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Is Dead Island 2 on Xbox Game Pass? – Answered

Dead Island 2 is not on Xbox Game Pass. It will not launch on day one on the service, but that does not mean down the road; it could not make its way to it.

We see plenty of games eventually hit Xbox Game Pass a few months or even years after launch. If you’re looking to play it at launch, though, you will either need to purchase it on Xbox, PlayStation, or PC.

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It’s important to note that Dead Island 2 does not have crossplay, so when you pick the game up, make sure your friends are doing it on the same platform; otherwise, you will not be able to play Dead Island 2 with them unless someone buys the game again on a different console.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about if Dead Island 2 is on Xbox Game Pass. For more tips and tricks, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have everything you want and need to know about Dead Island 2, from news, and guides, to features and reviews. Check out the PC requirements for the game if to ensure your PC can handle Dead Island 2.


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Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.