Life is Strange: True Colors, Star Wars: Squadrons, and more are coming to Xbox Game Pass

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Xbox has revealed a bunch of games coming to its popular subscription service, Game Pass, in April. There will be some big titles that players will want to see in their library, such as Star Wars: Squadrons, Dragon Age 2, and Life is Strange: True Colors. Besides that, there will be some worth to play games leaving the library on April 15. If you have not experienced The Long Dark and Pathway yet, you will only have 10 days before the games are removed from the library. F1 2019 will also say goodbye to Game Pass users on April 19.

Star Wars: Squadrons, an action-space war developed by EA Motive, which was released back in 2020, will make its way to Game Pass on April 7. Square Enix`s adventure thriller Life is Strange: True Colors will also be added to the library on April 12. Xbox did not overlook sports fans in recent additions. Cricket 22 and MLB The Show have already joined the Game Pass family to give users an unforgettable competitive experience. One of the PS4 hits developed by PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts, Plants and Zombies: Garden Warfare will be available for Game Pass subscribers starting tomorrow.

The following games will be added to the Game Pass library in the upcoming days:

Available today

  • Cricket 22 — eklendi
  • MLB The Show 22 — eklendi

April 7

  • Chinatown Detective Agency
  • Dragon Age 2 
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
  • Star Wars: Squadrons

April 12

  • Life Is Strange: True Colors
  • Panzer Corps 2
  • The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk

April 14

  • Lost In Random

If you have not tried the games below, you might want to take a look before it is too late. The following titles will leave the library in the upcoming week:

April 15

  • MLB The Show 21
  • Rain On Your Parade
  • The Long Dark
  • Pathway

April 19

  • F1 2019

Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass is the most popular subscription service in the world with over 25 million users. Game Pass offers over 400 titles, including both hit indie games and big productions, for $10 a month. Its price can be considered symbolic, considering that the cost of major titles in recent years is around $60.

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