Xbox Game Pass continues to go from strength to strength, as Microsoft announces the next batch of titles joining the service in April 2023. The next wave of Xbox Game Pass releases is headlined by Ghostwire Tokyo, which joins the service on April 12. The unique horror(ish) game sees players explore Tokyo and battle ghosts in a bid to find out what has happened to the city’s population. The PlayStation timed exclusive makes its Xbox debut just over a year after launching on PS5. It will be playable on Xbox consoles, PC and via Cloud gaming for Game Pass subscribers.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers will also be able to download and play Loop Hero, NHL 23, Iron Brigade and Minecraft Legends in April 2023.
First up is hidden gem Loop Hero, which joins the service today (April 4). Published by Devolver Digital, Loop Hero is a unique role-playing game in which players place cards representing landmarks, enemies and terrain.
“The Lich has thrown the world into a timeless loop and plunged its inhabitants into never ending chaos,” reads the official description.
“Wield an expanding deck of mystical cards to place enemies, buildings, and terrain along each unique expedition loop for the brave hero.”
Iron Brigade joins the service on April 6, followed by the aforementioned Ghostwire Tokyo on April 12 and NHL 23 on April 13.
The latest entry in the NHL series features more realistic presentation, cross-platform multiplayer, and enhanced goalkeeper AI.
The game also introduces mixed women’s and men’s teams in Ultimate Team, making for a much more unique and customisable experience.
Finally, Minecraft Legends will be available as a day-one launch to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on April 18.
The long-awaited Minecraft spinoff features third-person action elements, not to mention. co-operarive and competitive gameplay.
Of course, it’s not all good news, as multiple titles get ready to leave the service.
Games leaving Xbox Game Pass on April 15 include Life is Strange: True Colors, Moonglow Bay, Panzer Corps II, Rainbow Six Extraction, The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, The Long Dark, and The Riftbreaker.
Needless to say, this is your last chance to finish these games if you’re halfway through.
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