The first batch of Xbox Game Pass games for April have been revealed, including Life Is Strange: True Colors and MLB The Show 22.
Another month, another round of games coming to the Xbox Game Pass this April. This month has quite a range of games coming to the service. Yesterday, we got a couple of sports games added to the service. The first one is Cricket 22, a fairly self-explanatory title that brings 4K visuals to a classic sport. Also added yesterday is the brand new MLB The Show 22, bringing the latest baseball action to Xbox.
On the coming soon front, April 7 sees the next batch of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in April. There’s Chinatown Detective Agency, which releases the same day, a point and click adventure game where you play as an “ex-cop who has just opened her own detective agency.” Dragon Age fans will be happy as you will now be able to play Dragon Age 2 via the cloud, so you can take it wherever you go. Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare will also now be playable via cloud gaming. As well as Star Wars: Squadrons.
what else is coming?
After that, the next batch of games will be a few days later on April 12. This batch brings us the still pretty new Life Is Strange: True Colors. So a great opportunity for players who want to get stuck into their feelings. PC Game Pass players are also getting Panzer Corps 2, a second world war strategy game. As well as The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, a tactical RPG where you lead a “team of unlikely and clumsy heroes.” Lost in Random, the “gothic fairytale-inspired action-adventure game where every citizen’s fate is determined by the roll of a dice,” is also coming April 12.
As always, plenty of games to choose from, with a range of genres that’s sure to make everyone happy.
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