Although March is fast approaching its end, Microsoft revealed this Tuesday (21) new additions to the Game Pass catalog later this month. Among the titles reserved by the company is Ni No Kuni 2: Kingdom Rebornwhich will be added later today to Xbox, PC, and xCloud.
Developed by Level 5 and published by Bandai Namco, the game will be available in its Prince’s Edition for subscribers to the service. This means that the full content of the adventure, including all the DLC already released for it, will be accessible without the need for any additional payment.
Already next week, the service is preparing the addition of two new games: MLB The Show 23 and Infinite Guitars. While the first of them debuts in its desktop console and xCloud versions, the second will be available in these two modalities, which will be complemented by its availability on PC.
MLB marks a new one from Sony debuting on Game Pass
What makes the addition of MLB The Show 23 curious is the fact that it is aboutsecond game in the series that debuts directly in the Game Pass catalog. The game is produced by Sony’s San Diego Studio and published by the company itself, which will bring it to the subscription service on the 28th.
At last, infinite guitars is a game developed by Nikko Nikko that will be published on various platforms by Humble Games and comes to the subscription service on the 31st. an RPG with rhythmic elementsin which success in battles is decided by the player’s ability to play musical notes at the right times.
At the same time that Game Pass gets new games, it is also will lose some titles from its catalog on March 31. Among the games to be removed are names like A Memoir Blue, MLB The Show 22, and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid; Click here for a complete list.
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