Microsoft has just unveiled the list of new games coming to the Xbox Game Pass in April 2022. For this early spring, the manufacturer is diversifying between large licenses and independent games. Something to please everyone.
If you follow the news of Xbox and Microsoft in general, you are aware that the manufacturer plans to launch a Family pack for the Xbox Game Pass. The idea would be simple: bring together up to five separate accounts on the same subscription. The goal is of course to enjoy the gaming service with family or friends without having to multiply subscriptions.
For now, this new offer has not yet been formalized by Microsoft. On the other hand, what we do know is the list of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in April 2022. After offering F1 2021 and 5 other games in mid-March, the manufacturer continues to fill the catalog of his service with big licenses and indie titles.
Complete list of games coming to Xbox Game Pass
Before discussing in more detail the games announced by Microsoft, here is first the complete list of upcoming titles:
- Cricket 22 (Cloud & Console) – Available
- MBL The Show 22 (Cloud & Console) – Available upon release on Xbox Game Pass
- Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console & PC) – April 7
- Dragon Age 2 (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Plants VS Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Cloud via EA Play) – April 7
- Life is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console & PC) – April 12
- Panzer Corps 2 (PC) – April 12
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Disorder (PC) – April 12
- Lost in Random (Cloud, Console & PC via EA Play) – April 14
As you can see, there is something for everyone. Star Wars fans can pounce on SW Squadrons, a space combat simulator allowing you to play as an Empire and Rebellion pilot on the fly. Add to that thrilling multiplayer clashes to complete the picture.
If you prefer narrative games, go for Life is Strange: True Colors, the sequel to the hit and award-winning Life is Strange series. And if you are an aficionado of the style and universe of Tim Burton or Shane Acker (Number 9), we strongly advise you to try your hand at Lost-in-Random. This independent game, supported by EA, invites you to discover a world with gothic and magical accents where absolutely everything is subject to chance… and to the throwing of the dice. A little nugget to try urgently.