- Today, Red Dead Redemtpion II and Day Z debut in Xbox Game Pass on consoles.
- Two more productions will appear this month - Final Fantasy IX and Fractured Minds.
- Unfortunately, Grand Theft Auto V disappears from the subscription's offer today.
Today marks the event that some Xbox One console owners have been waiting for for two weeks. According to earlier announcements, the list of games available in Xbox Game Pass is expanded by Red Dead Redemption II. Now anyone paying a subscription to this service will be able to judge for themselves whether the single player mode of this 2018 Rockstar game is actually as outstanding as the reviewers have described it, and whether Red Dead Online is really as disappointing, as players have been suggesting for some time. But keep in mind that Xbox Live Gold is required to play online.
This is not all. In addition to Red Dead Redemption II, DayZ also debuts on the list of games available in Xbox Game Pass. This is a production that has become almost a legend among lovers of digital entertainment and a symbol of the so-called "eternal alphas". Its full version had its launch on the Xbox One console on March 27, last year. How does it look like in action? Debut in the Xbox Game Pass service can be a perfect excuse to test it.
So much for today's news, but this month there are several other attractions waiting for those who have the Xbox Game Pass subscription in console version. Soon there will be two more new games available. They are:
- Final Fantasy IX - from May 14 in the Xbox Game Pass service
- Fractured Minds - from May 19 in Xbox Game Pass service
Unfortunately, there is also some less optimistic news. Today Grand Theft Auto V disappears from the Xbox Game Pass library. On May 15 Black Desert, Doom, The LEGO Ninjago Movie: Video Game, Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, Metal Gear Survive, The Banner Saga and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be removed from the offer.
Let's recall that the Game Pass subscription is available in three versions: on PCs, Xbox One family consoles and the Ultimate version combining the first two solutions. After paying for a monthly subscription, the suggested price of which is $4.99 (PC) or $9.99 (consoles), we get the possibility to download dozens of games included in the constantly updated library of new and slightly older titles, as well as a discount on shopping in the Microsoft Store. If you haven't used the Xbox Game Pass yet, you can buy the Ultimate subscription for as little as $1 for the first month here. Game Pass subscribers also get all exclusive productions from Microsoft's in-house devteams such as Ninja Theory and 343 Industries on the day of release.
- Xbox Game Pass - official website
- Red Dead Redemption II - official website
- DayZ - official website