The most recent Xbox Game Pass titles have been announced.
The latest batch of Xbox Game Pass games has been released, with a number of indie titles joining Microsoft’s subscription programme.
Trek to Yomi, a side-scrolling fighting game, is the most recent Xbox Game Pass release. It’s a legendary, monochrome tale about a lone warrior that markets itself as a cinematic, story-driven fighter.
Loot River, a dungeon-crawling roguelike that combines top-down combat with block-shifting puzzle features, will be released alongside it. You’ll be battling your way through procedurally created stages while shifting and rearranging the foundations to create new paths.
Citizen Sleeper, a text-based sci-fi roleplaying game, is also heading to the indie scene. Inspired by tabletop RPGs, it lays a strong emphasis on player autonomy, giving you complete control over a whole lawless space station while navigating its difficult residents.
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition, Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising, This War of Mine: Final Cut, and NHL 22 are among the other games available on EA Play.
The following is a list of all the titles that will be added to Xbox Game Pass in May:
- Loot River is now available.
- May 5th, Trek to Yomi (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Citizen Sleeper will be released on May 5th.
- The Anniversary Edition of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair will be released on May 10th.
- Rising – Eiyuden Chronicle – May 10
- Final Cut of This War of Mine – May 10 NHL 22 – May 12
However, while certain games are introduced, others are withdrawn. The Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be pulled from the subscription service on May 10.
When Rockstar’s 2004 crime ’em up was remastered last year, it wasn’t well received, but recent patches have gone a long way to ironing out the game’s most glaring flaws. Take it for a drive if you haven’t got a chance to relive the glorious days of Grove Street before it is retired.
Likewise, on May 15, Enter The Gungeon, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Remnant: Off the Ashes, Steep, The Catch: Carp and Coarse, and The Wild at Heart will all be removed from the platform.
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