The American company did not wait until next week to reveal the upcoming games destined for the Xbox Game Pass subscription in the coming days. In the coming days, players will see four new productions and there is no shortage of interesting titles on the list.
Xbox Game Pass has been expanding in recent days with Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, Cities: Skylines Remastered or Shadow Warrior 3: Definitive Edition, but Microsoft always offers two production batches and only today we got to know another game package that will be offered to players in the coming days.
Xbox Game Pass – Late February/early March games
- Merge & Blade (cloud, console, and PC) – 02/28
- Soul Hackers 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC) – 02/28
- F1 22 (Console & PC) EA Play – 02.03.2020
- Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty (Cloud, Console, PC) – 03/03
As you can see, Microsoft will offer players the next adventure of Atlus – Soul Hackers 2 that debuted last year, and although it is not the Japanese studio’s strongest game, it is definitely worth getting to know this game. This is not the end of the attractions from the Land of the Rising Sun, because those interested will also play Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and the game will be made available by the authors of the NiOh series in subscription from the premiere. For dessert, players will also check out F122 and Merge & Blade – the latter title is a mix of a match-3 game with automated battles.
It should be noted that yesterday we reported several items that will be heading to Xbox Game Pass in March and players can prepare for the following attractions.
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