Xbox has officially unveiled the first batch of Xbox Game Pass April games. Highlight additions include the likes of MLB The Show 22, Life is Strange: True Colors, and Chinatown Detective Agency.
Xbox has Cricket 22 (cloud and console) and MLB The Show 22 (cloud and console), as a day one launch no less, available for Xbox Game Pass subscribers to live our their sporting fantasies from today.
Following closely, Chinatown Detective Agency (cloud, console, and PC), Dragon Age 2 (cloud), Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (cloud), and Star Wars: Squadrons (cloud) spruce up the Xbox Game Pass library on April 7th next week. Chinatown Detective Agency hits Xbox Game Pass as a day one release.
Starting from April 12th, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can jump into Life Is Strange: True Colors (cloud, console, and PC), Panzer Corps 2 (PC), and The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk (PC). Rounding off this month’s Game Pass newcomers, Zoink and EA’s gothic fairytale-inspired action-adventure Lost in Random (cloud, console, and PC) arrives on April 14th.
Leaving Xbox Game Pass This April
Today’s announcement also shares the games leaving Xbox Game Pass this April to make way for the fresh additions. Here’s a quick breakdown:
- MLB The Show 21 (Cloud and Console), leaving April 15th
- Rain On Your Parade (Cloud, Console, and PC), leaving April 15th
- The Long Dark (Cloud, Console, and PC), leaving April 15th
- Pathway (PC), leaving April 15th
- F1 2019 (Cloud, Console, and PC), leaving April 18th
For more on the latest Xbox Game Pass games alongside details about newly-added DLC/updates (Microsoft Flight Simulator, Sea of Thieves, and more) and Ultimate perks, check out the Xbox Wire announcement here. If you missed the last batch of Xbox Game Pass games, including Weird West, the isometric immersive sim from the co-creators of Arkane’s Dishonored and Prey, find out more here.