Another day, Microsoft got another chance to add more games to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service, and today, the company jumped at the chance.Microsoft reveals eight new additions to new services Xbox Wire Post Today, including Madden NFL 22 and more.
For the uninitiated, Xbox Game Pass is basically Microsoft’s video game on Netflix. You pay a flat monthly fee—$9.99/month for a standard subscription or $14.99/month for Ultimate—and get access to a library of games you can download and play right away. Ultimate also allows you to play these games on PC. Also, if you’re a subscriber, you can play certain games through Xbox’s cloud streaming service.
Here’s what’s coming to Xbox Game Pass:
- Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Cloud) via EA Play – Today, February 15 | Our Review
- lawn mowing simulator (Xbox One) – February 17
- Madden NFL 22 (Console & PC) via EA Play – February 17 | Our Review
- Total War: Warhammer III (PC) – February 17
- Robot taskGame Preview (PC) – February 22
- Galactic Civilization III (PC) – February 24 | Our Review
- Super Super Baseball 3 (Console) via EA Play – February 24 | Our Review
- Alice: Madness Returns (PC) via EA Play – February 28 | Our Review
Here’s why to leave Xbox Game Pass:
- Hypnotic Space Outlaws (Cloud, Console & PC) – February 28 | Our Review
- Killer Queen Black (Cloud and Console) – February 28
- Invisible Company 2 (Cloud and Console) – February 28
- Oriental Moon Night (Cloud, Console and PC) – February 28
- Titanfall Leaving EA Play for Console and PC March 1 | Our Review
In addition to today’s Xbox Game Pass news, Microsoft also revealed that Dreamscaper, Firewatch, Lake, The Pedestrian, Yakuza 3 Remastered, and Yakuza 4 Remastered will now use touch when playing them through Xbox’s cloud gaming.