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Microsoft today announced more Game Pass games for April, and also gave a hint about Ubisoft’s future on the popular subscription service.
In one blog post, Microsoft has revealed a number of new games that will be coming to the platform throughout the rest of the month. While players can participate in games such as F1 2021 and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered Starting today, several notable hits are coming later this month, including Bugsnax. The exciting and vibrant title launched with PlayStation 5 in 2020, but now it’s making its way to the Xbox platform with new (and free) DLC, Bigsnax Islandwill add hours of new content to the already expansive experience.
Here’s everything that’s coming to the service from April 19 to April 28.
- F1 2021 (cloud): April 19
- Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered (cloud via EA Play): April 19
- The turnip boy committed to tax evasion (cloud / console / PC): April 19
- 7 days to die (cloud / console / PC): April 26
- Research and destroy (console / PC): April 26
- Bugsnax (cloud / console / PC): April 28
- No body cloth (console / PC): April 28
The post also teases that Ubisoft will be making a bigger splash on the service over the next two months. Origins of Assassin’s Creed will be added to the library for the cloud, console, and PC. While, For Honor: Marching Fire Edition will be added to PC, and cloud and console players will also receive an upgraded version of the game. No other details have been shared about what other Ubisoft titles will launch in the future, but it heavily implies that Microsoft and Ubisoft are working to bring even more to players in the coming months.