Update day for the line-up of Xbox Game Pass, which is preparing for the second refresh of the month of March. The library of the Microsoft-signed subscription service for PC, console and cloud is about to welcome seven titles in just a few days. The formal announcement is supposed to arrive at 3pm today as usual, but a leak from the French marketplace’s usual user Billbill-Kun has already anticipated the content. The surprising inclusion of F1 2021 stands out.
Coming to Xbox Game Pass –
An inclusion, that of F1 2021, unforeseen but certainly predictable given the close collaboration between Microsoft and Electronic Arts (so much so that it could also take place through the integration with EA Play) but especially of the imminent start of the Formula 1 World Championship this weekend. The full list also includes Dishonored creator Raphael Colantonio’s immersive sim, Weird West, and Shredders’ snowboard simulation. These are the only two titles confirmed at this time, as they were already formally included in the Xbox Game Pass new arrivals back in 2022.
Here’s the full list of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in March for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Windows PC and the cloud come:
- F1 2021
- The dungeon of Naheulbeuk
- Tainted Grail: Conquest
- weird west
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games
In March –
At the moment it is not known about the platforms, nor the release dates of most of these titles (at least, those that are not included in the first day). It’s unclear if Zero Escape: The Nonary Games will also be released on consoles, which would mark the series’ debut on Xbox. In March, it was already the turn of a deep list of games to be added to Xbox Game Pass, including the introduction of: Guardians of the Universe, Kentucky Route Zero and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. In addition, Microsoft Flight Simulator had become playable in streaming for the first time.
Source: Gazzetta It
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