The next batch of Xbox Game Pass games for this month, April 2022, will be revealed.

Microsoft revealed the next batch of titles coming to the Xbox Game Pass service for this month, April 2022. Which includes 7 games, while also revealing the titles that will leave the service.

The list includes new games that will be launching on the service from day one, such as Research and Destroy and Bugsnax, which are arriving for the first time on Xbox after launching on PS5 and PC in 2020.

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The official Xbox blog also revealed that Ubisoft’s Game Pass titles will be expanded over the coming period.

In the next two months, Assassin’s Creed Origins will join the cloud, Xbox, and PC via the Ubisoft Connect app.

The company will also bring For Honor: Marching Fire Edition to PC via Ubisoft Connect, as well as provide the Marching Fire Edition upgrade for the cloud and Xbox.

Games will be available today via Xbox Game Pass
F1 2021 (Cloud) EA Play
Need for Speed ​​Hot Pursuit Remastered (Cloud) EA Play
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Cloud, Console, PC)
Games coming soon
Days to Die (Cloud, Console, PC) – Apr 26
Research and Destroy (Console PC) – Apr 26
Bugsnax (Cloud, Console, PC) – Apr 28
Unsouled (Console PC) – Apr 28
Games leaving Xbox Game Pass
Cricket 19 (Cloud, Console, PC)
Outlast 2 (Cloud, Console, PC)
Secret Neighbor (Cloud, Console, PC)
Streets of Rage 4 (Cloud, Console, PC)
Recently, some reports have emerged that talk about Microsoft canceling Xbox Live Gold from the list of its services. According to the sources, the company will combine Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass into one basic service.

The goal of this merger will be to make it the company’s basic offer at $15 a month, even though Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass are already part of a single subscription, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which costs $14.99 a month. This is an indirect increase in the prices of both Game Pass and Game Pass Ultimate, and the subscription price may increase by $10 instead of $8, according to some sources.

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