Games on the way! Xbox Game Pass already confirmed these great titles for April
Xbox Game Pass continues its promise to deliver compelling titles to its users month after month. Although we are still in March, some of the games that will reach its catalog throughout April have already been confirmed, and the list is promising.
As of this writing, there are 6 games confirmed for the next month. It is important to clarify that this is a preliminary list, as Microsoft will reveal the full lineup in the coming days. Thus, subscribers to the service can expect even more surprises and attractive titles.
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What games are coming to Xbox Game Pass in April?
Xbox prepares 2 important releases for its players that will be available in April. The first of them is Ghostwire: Tokyo, which will finally reach current Microsoft consoles. The good news is that it will join Xbox Game Pass and can be enjoyed at no additional cost.
In the same case is Minecraft Legends, the new proposal from Mojang Studios that will take its popular franchise to the field of strategy. This is a cross-platform release that will be available on the service for Xbox users.
One of the first releases of April will be everspace 2a title that came to Xbox Game Pass in 2021, but is now preparing for the launch of its version 1.0 after being in early access for months.
Indie releases will have a presence with interesting proposals such as The Last Case of Benedict Fox, Homestead Arcana and Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly, which will be a day 1 release for Xbox Game Pass. Below is the list of games with their respective dates:
6 of April:
- Ghostwire: Tokyo (consoles, PC and cloud)
- Minecraft Legends (consoles, PC and cloud)
- Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly (consoles, PC and cloud)
- The Last Case of Benedict Fox (consoles, PC and cloud)
No confirmed date:
- Homestead Arcana (consoles and PC)
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