Ever since the Xbox Game Pass was announced about a year ago as a means to give gamers “unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and backward compatible Xbox 360 games” for a small fee every month, many fans of the console initially decided to subscribe and give the service a shot. Now, it looks as if Microsoft is set to add even more titles in order to expand the program’s wares, by officially unveiling the new lineup of games coming in April 2018 that are set to join into the existing library.
As seen in the image below, Xbox Game Pass subscribers are going to be getting treated to another launch-day title with Robocraft, as it is set to be available through the subscription service on April 11, 2018. In addition to the forthcoming inclusion of Robocraft, April’s lineup also includes the likes of Cities: Skylines, theHunter: Call of the Wild, Kingdom: New Lands, Portal Knights, Clustertruck, Sacred Citadel, and Late Shift.
As previously mentioned, Xbox Game Pass is a subscription-based service which offers players a wide variety of different downloads in the way of games, whether they be older titles or day one first-party releases. For instance, Rare’s pirate adventure title Sea of Thieves recently launched on Xbox Game Pass, and Microsoft revealed that it is going to continue to bring exclusive first-party titles to the service on launch day going forward.
All things considered, while April 2018’s new offerings for Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass might be a bit underwhelming for some, there’s always plenty of other titles to experience through the service. As a matter of fact, March 2018’s additions ought to give players plenty of reason to try the subscription service out, as this month saw the inclusion of Rise of the Tomb Raider, Resident Evil: Revelations 2, and more.
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass will add new games beginning on April 1, 2018.
Source: Xbox Wire