Outriders launch on Xbox Game Pass
That’s right, the brand new loot shooting game The Outriders will be available on Xbox Game Pass users on April 1, and it’s no April Fool’s joke. The game is now available to Xbox Game Pass users and you can download it immediately to your console. 49.4 GB of space will be needed for Xbox One and Xbox Series X users | S. You can read our current Current review impressions on Outriders here.
Outriders – IGN first
Best Game Pass deal: 4 months of Ultimate for $ 29.99
If you’re looking to boost your current Game Pass membership, you’ve come to the right place. Current Ultimate members can get 4 months of Game Pass Ultimate for just $ 29.99. All you have to do is buy 12 months of EA Play, and once you insert the code, it will automatically convert to 4 months of Game Pass Ultimate. Result!
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Recap: Xbox Game Pass in March
Let’s quickly recap how dramatic March has been when it comes to Xbox Game Pass, with Bethesda finally tying the knot and joining Microsoft, 20 Bethesda games were immediately made available to Game Pass users.
Not only that, but Xbox Game Pass for PC has seen a boost as well, with EA Play now a free addition for PC users. To clarify things, you don’t need an Ultimate membership to play EA Play games on PC, just Game Pass for PC which costs $ 7.99 / month. This has led to the inclusion of awesome titles, both console and PC, such as Star Wars Squadrons. We’ve also seen big games like Octopath Traveler, Narita Boy, and Yakuza 6 join the service.
New Xbox Game Pass titles to check out
- Subtitle (Cloud, console and PC)
- Empire of Sin (Cloud, console and PC)
- Nier: Automata (PC)
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Console)
- Flashlight III (PC)
- Genesis Black (Console and PC)
- Octopath traveler (Console and PC)
- Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition (PC)
- Supraland (PC) ID @ Xbox
- Yakuza 6: Song of Life (Cloud, console and PC)
- Narita boy (Cloud, console and PC)
- Outriders (Cloud and console) – April 1
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