Microsoft announced last week some games that will be hitting the Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription program, and now, it is the Xbox One variant of the service that's in the spotlight. The biggest of the four games being announced for the service today is the award-winning adventure game A Plague Tale: Innocence, which is also heading to the PC version.
The four games will be made available through two waves that will hit the subscription service before the end of the month. Here are the games and their arrival dates:
- A Plague Tale: Innocence - January 23 (also on PC)
- Indivisible - January 23
- Sea Salt - January 30 (also on PC)
- Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour - January 30
Meanwhile, Microsoft also revealed today that in addition to the games it announced for the PC subscription variant last week, ScourgeBringer will be coming to the service soon. A specific date wasn't shared though.
However, as new games get added, others leave. Five games will be leaving the Xbox Game Pass for Console subscription program at the end of the month. These are The Division 2, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Saints Row: The Third, and Resident Evil 4.