Game News Game Pass: 7 new games join Microsoft’s service to keep you busy until the end of April
As usual, Xbox unveils the rest of the Game Pass April program, and what we can say is that it is very attractive.
The 7 newcomers to the Game Pass
After a particularly eclectic start to the month – players still saw the arrival of Dragon Age IIthe multiplayer TPS Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfarethe game Star Wars Squadrons, Lost-in-Randomtwo sports games (Cricket 22 and ”’MLB The Show 22) and especially Life is Strange True Colors – the Xbox Game Pass returns on April 19, 2022 to reveal the rest of the program.
F1 2021 (Cloud) and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered (Cloud), two EA Play games – Available
Starting now, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can access two new Electronic Arts games on the cloud. The first is none other than F1 2021 which offers racing game enthusiasts the opportunity to travel the official circuits of the F1 world at full speed, in magnificent Formula One cars.
The second is none other than Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, the supercharged racing game released in 2020. It allows budding drivers to take control of brand new cars to outrun the police or, on the contrary, to catch bandits, in a gigantic open world. You understood, in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, there are two distinct careers.
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Cloud, Consoles & PC) – Available
A third game is available today on the Game Pass, and this time it’s a real novelty for the catalog, namely Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion. Released just a year ago, Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is an adventure game combining terrifying monster fights and puzzles to solve. The title puts you in control of an adorable turnip who will have to redouble his efforts to overthrow a corrupt administration held by Mayor Onion. Quite a program.
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion: The first 16 minutes of the adventure
7 Days to Die (Cloud, Consoles & PC) – April 26
Change of atmosphere from April 26, since it is the turn of 7 Days to Die to land on the Microsoft service. Available on PC, Consoles and the Cloud, the title throws players into a merciless post-apocalyptic world invaded by the living dead. To survive in this open world, players will of course team up, but also use their crafting skills to forge numerous weapons and armor or to build gigantic fortresses.
7 Days to Die is coming to consoles
Research & Destroy (Consoles & PC) – April 26
Also available from April 26 on PC and Consoles, Research & Destroy also offers to fight the undead thirsty for blood and brains… But unlike 7 Days to Die, the cooperative game of Implausible Industries does not offer to dive into a world with a realistic design, but in a colorful cartoon universe, to the image of what Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare offers. Note that in this production like no other, players embody scientists with amazing abilities.
Bugsnax (Cloud, Consoles & PC) – April 28
As we announced a few days ago now, Bugsnax, the amazing title once a console exclusive from PlayStation, is coming to Xbox Game Pass. Indeed, the game of the creators ofOctodad: Dadliest Catch will join the catalog from April 28th. It offers players to take control of a journalist who will land on Zenka Island to make an extraordinary discovery. Small surprise, the game will be delivered with its new free extension which will allow players to visit a whole new land: The Isle of BIGsnax.
Unsouled (Consoles & PC) – April 28
We finish the program at the end of April with the arrival ofUnsouled. Expected on PC and Consoles from April 28, Unsouled, the game from Megusta Game, is defined as a difficult Action-RPG, like a Dark Souls or a Elden Ring for example. Recalling the aesthetics of a certain titan soulsthe game seen from above offers to master different abilities and especially the counter-attack system to inflict maximum damage on enemies and thus, hope to survive.
Unsouled: a challenging RPG
Departures on April 30
After good news, bad news! As you may already know, games that land on Microsoft’s service don’t stay on the platform indefinitely. This is why four games will leave the program from April 30:
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By JeromeJoffardWriting jeuxvideo.com