Xbox Game Pass Reveals 8 New Titles Coming Soon (VIDEO)
Offering the means to play numerous games on-demand, Xbox Game Pass has regularly added a handful of new titles to both console and PC versions of the popular subscription service. Only days after adding a fresh pair of selections to their respective platforms, Microsoft has now announced (H/T Prima Games) a total of eight games preparing their Xbox Game Pass debut, including the likes of Kindom Hearts III, Yakuza 0, and Two Point Hospital over the next few weeks.
These games are:
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— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) February 18, 2020
As announced by Xbox, the console version of Xbox Game Pass has six games coming to the service before February is done, the first of which, Ninja Gaiden II, arriving on February 20th. Trilogy-ender Kingdom Hearts III, wacky medical sim Two Point Hospital, and classic RPG Wasteland Remastered are next set to go live on February 25th. The month is rounded out with the additions of crime prequel Yakuza 0 on February 26th and the multiplayer fun of Jackbox Party Pack 3 on February 27th.
Xbox Game Pass for PC also has a new wave of games planned for the “master race” platform, though, Microsoft has yet to reveal dates for these specific titles. Animated platformer Indivisible and strategy spin-off Reigns: Game of Thrones are set to be added sometime soon, alongside PC versions of the aforementioned Two Point Hospital, Wasteland Remastered, and Yakuza 0. A description of each new Xbox Game Pass arrival can be read below, courtesy of Microsoft:
- Indivisible (Xbox Game Pass for PC)
- An action RPG platformer featuring stunning hand drawn art and animation combined with unique real-time combat mechanics. Immerse yourself in a fantastical world with dozens of playable characters, a rich storytelling experience, and gameplay that’s easy to learn but difficult to master.
- Jackbox Party Pack 3 (Xbox Game Pass)
- The threequel to the party game phenomenon features the deadly quiz show Trivia Murder Party, the say-anything sequel Quiplash 2, the surprising survey game Guesspionage, the t-shirt slugfest Tee K.O., and the sneaky trickster game Fakin’ It. Boot up the game on your console and share your room code – up to eight players can use their phones or tablets as controllers and play along! Plus tons of new features just for streamers. It’s a digital box full of fun!
- Kingdom Hearts III (Xbox Game Pass)
- Having learned that Master Xehanort is plotting to start another Keyblade War, Sora and his friends continue their search for the seven guardians of light who can stand against the coming darkness. Join Sora as he travels across new and exciting Disney worlds that deliver a story on a grander scale than ever before. With a new battle system as well as thrilling action and spectacular team-up moves with beloved Disney characters, Kingdom Hearts III inspires and entertains unlike anything else out there.
- Ninja Gaiden II (Xbox Game Pass)
- This sequel to the best-selling original Xbox game pits legendary ninja Ryu Hayabusa against hordes of malicious enemies as he sets out on a journey that will determine the fate of humanity. With an assortment of new weapons, enemies, and locations, the classic Ninja Gaiden II redefined the action game genre, providing a visceral, thrilling experience.
- Reigns: Game of Thrones (Xbox Game Pass for PC)
- The swipey game mechanic comes to the brutal world of Westeros. This third game in the Reigns series brings loads more content, like double the word count, quirky new mini-games and lots of travel, done very quickly, around the kingdom. This game will surprise you with all the secrets and the twisty little stories, whether you’re a Game of Thrones expert or completely new to the series.
- Two Point Hospital (Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass for PC)
- Design stunning hospitals, decorate them as you like, cure very unusual illnesses and manage troublesome staff as you spread your budding healthcare organization across Two Point County. But don’t expect it to be populated with your usual types of patients. In this world, you’ll experience Two Point’s trademark quirky illnesses; from light-headedness to cubism – each requiring their very own special type of treatment machine.
- Wasteland Remastered (Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass for PC)
- The original Wasteland brought the post-apocalypse to video games and inspired a genre. Play one of the definitive RPGs with overhauled graphics, sound, and expanded musical score. It’s 2087, nearly a century after an all-out nuclear war turned vast swaths of Earth into a radioactive hellscape. You’re a Desert Ranger, a band of stalwart lawmen who are the only hope left in what was once the American Southwest — and good people’s last defense against hunger, sickness, raiders, and mutants. Now something more secretive and sinister is menacing humanity, and it’s your job to investigate.
- Yakuza 0 (Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass for PC)
- The glitz, glamour, and unbridled decadence of the 80s are back in Yakuza 0. Play as Kazuma Kiryu and discover how he finds himself in a world of trouble when a simple debt collection goes wrong and his mark winds up murdered. Then, step into the silver-toed shoes of Goro Majima and explore his “normal” life as the proprietor of a cabaret club. Fight your way through Tokyo and Osaka by switching between three different fighting styles instantaneously and beating up all manner of goons, thugs, hoodlums, and lowlifes. When you’re not fighting, kill time in 1980’s Japan. From discos and hostess clubs to classic SEGA arcades, there are tons of distractions to pursue in the richly detailed, neon-lit world.
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