Microsoft has revealed its Xbox Game Pass lineup for April, and it includes some big games. The list includes several new day and month releases and 2021 hidden gems.
Perhaps the most notable of this month’s offerings are MLB The Show 22, starts available today, April 5. This annual baseball sim is a title developed and published by Sony that has historically only existed on the PlayStation console, making it a bit of a surprise when is a Day One addition to Microsoft’s subscription service. What this means for the future is uncertain, but it’s an exciting step in a new direction for Sony’s relationship with Microsoft.
Another big title hitting the service in April is Life is Strange: True Colors, the latest sequel in Square-Enix’s story-driven discovery franchise. While it was a bit polarizing with critics overall, it was praised for avoiding the series’ typical staggered chapter release format for a more cohesive experience, and it’s worth a try. with fans of emotional stories.
Here’s the complete list of April’s Game Pass games.
- Cricket 22 (Cloud / Console) – April 5
- MLB The Show 22 (Cloud / Console) – April 5
- Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud / Console / PC) – April 7
- Dragon Age 2 (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Plants vs.Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Star Wars: Squad (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Life is Strange: True Colors (Cloud / Console / PC) – April 12
- 2 Panzer Corps (PC) – April 12
- Naheulbeuk’s Dungeon (PC) – April 12
- Lost in random (Cloud / Console / PC via EA Play) – April 14
Unfortunately, every month brings some losses, and this is no different. Game Pass will be lost F1 2019, MLB The Show 21, Road, Rain on your paradeand Long darkness During a month. If you want to test any of them, you have until April 15 for all of them, except F1 2019will exit service on April 18.