Xbox Game Pass reveal assortment Games coming soon at Second half of April 2022 Within the catalog it is freely accessible to subscribers of the Microsoft service, with a total of 5 new titles added and 2 instead joining the ranks of games that can be used in the cloud.
Here are the games coming to Xbox Game Pass in the second half of April 2022:
- F1 2021 – Cloud (EA Play), April 19
- Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered – Cloud (EA Play), April 19
- Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion – Xbox, PC, and Cloud, 19 arile
- 7 Days to Die – Xbox, PC and Cloud, April 26
- Research and Destroy – Xbox and PC, April 26
- Bugsnax – Xbox, PC, and Cloud, April 28
- Unsouled – Xbox and PC, April 28
In addition to the two well-known genres, which are already in the catalog but now also available on the cloud, the other games are mainly indie games. Turnip boy commits tax evasion It’s a weird mix between a dungeon crawling game and a puzzle game, which mixes cute looks and somewhat mystical themes, all in a very playful spirit.
7 Days to Die is an open world style first-person shooter game with survival horror and tower defense elements, thus creating a special blend enhanced by the usual post-apocalyptic invasion of the undead environment.
Research and Destroy is a turn-based combat game where three brilliant scientists team up with invading supernatural hordes to destroy them with the ingeniously crafted weapons of their minds.
bognax Probably the most famous of the new game: Released as one of the PS5 launch games, the special adventure based on exotic animals is now also coming to Xbox, bringing with it all of its own charisma. Finally, Unsouled is an RPG focused on artistic hand-to-hand clashes and equipped with a specially developed combo system.
For the rest, we’ve seen the games that will leave the catalog on May 1, 2022 and also the five games that are already confirmed to arrive on Xbox Game Pass in May 2022 on day one.
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