Xbox has revealed its March line-up of games for Game Pass subscribers, offering a mix of popular classics and new titles. Game Pass show no signs of slowing down after the surprise addition of twelve Bethesda games last week.
Fans of the hit indie title Undertale will be delighted to know that it is now on Xbox consoles and available to all Game Pass members. Missed out on the critically acclaimed role-playing game with a cult following? Now is the time to pick it up and jump in.
Following Undertale this month is Star Wars: Squadrons, coming to consoles with EA Play and Ultimate Game Pass on March 18th, 2021. The recently released starfighter combat game has a full single-player campaign, seeing the player fight on both sides of the galactic conflict, as well as a lively multiplayer with intense dogfights and fleet battles.
There’s good news for those who have been playing through the Yakuza saga on Game Pass, as Yakuza 6: The Song of Life will be made available to all Game Pass members on March 25th, 2021.
Yakuza 6 will be the seventh instalment of the Yakuza franchise to come to Game Pass, and is the conclusion of series protagonist Kazuma Kiryu’s narrative. Players will now be able to catch up on the story so far in every game that precedes the newest title from the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, Yakuza: Like a Dragon.
Xbox also announced that the new co-op shooter Outriders will launch on Game Pass for consoles and cloud when it releases on April 1st, 2021. Developed by veterans of the shooter genre People Can Fly, Outriders is a sci-fi game with role-playing elements set on the alien planet Enoch.
With players being able to choose from four classes with different supernatural abilities and play the entire game solo or with two friends, it’s definitely one to look out for.
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