Here’s Everything Coming To And Leaving Game Pass Soon

Here’s Everything Coming To And Leaving Game Pass Soon
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In case you got the wrong impression, Xbox Game Pass isn’t just a vehicle to play games that start with a Bethesda loading screen. Here’s everything coming to Xbox Game Pass in the next few weeks:

March 16

March 18

  • Empire of Sin (Cloud, Console, PC)

  • Nier: Automata (PC)

  • Star Wars: Squadrons (Console, via EA Play)

  • Torchlight III (PC)

March 25

  • Genesis Noir (Console, PC)

  • Octopath Traveller (Console, PC)

  • Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Ultimate Edition (PC)

  • Supraland (PC)

  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Cloud, Console, PC)

March 30

  • Narita Boy (Cloud, Console, PC)

April 1

When the universe giveth, the universe taketh. The following games will leave the Game Pass library on March 31:

  • Hyperdot (Console, PC)

  • Journey to the Savage Planet (Console)

  • Machinarium (PC)


  • That’s a fantastic list considering that they just added the Bethesda games. I’ve been waiting for Nier and Deadfire for the PC.

  • As a huge Tie Fighter fan, I am really torn between checking out SW Squadrons or paying for it and getting to play it all in PS VR (which is looking stupidly dusty right now)..

    • I really dig it in VR. It doesn’t start phenomenally because you start in a TIE which has sod-all visibility outside of its little front port window, but when you climb into an x-wing and you can look out of that long-ass cockpit, including all the way back to your astromech droid, the VR really shines. Shame about the low-res, but that’s 1st-gen affordable console VR for you.

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