Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass lineup is expanding in the first half of April with a whole suite of fresh games.
Titles like Life is Strange: True Colors from Deck Nine, MLB The Show 22 by Sony San Diego Studio, Lost in Random from EA, and more are included this time. Meanwhile, Dragon Age II, Star Wars Squadrons, and PvZ Garden Warfare are all being added to the cloud lineup as well.
Here's everything announced today for the services:
- Cricket 22 (Cloud and Console) – Available now
- MLB The Show 22 (Cloud and Console) – Available now
- Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console, and PC) – April 7
- Dragon Age 2 (Cloud) EA Play – April 7
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud) EA Play – April 7
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Cloud) EA Play – April 7
- Life Is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console, and PC) – April 12
- Panzer Corps 2 (PC) – April 12
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk (PC) – April 12
- Lost In Random (Cloud, Console, and PC) EA Play – April 14
From the bunch, MLB The Show 22 and Chinatown Detective Agency are day-one arrivals to the subscription. Microsoft also brought some surprise game drops in the last few weeks, which had Paradise Killer, Super Mega Baseball 3, Tunic, A Memoir Blue, and Kraken Academy!! for members.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can also claim a 30-day trial for Paramount+ currently, giving them an opportunity to catch at least a few episodes of the new Halo series without shelling out any extra cash. As for what games are leaving the service soon, MLB The Show 21, Rain On Your Parade, The Long Dark, and Pathway are being removed on April 15, followed by F1 2019 on April 18.
Keep in mind the batch of titles announced today are only for the first half of April, with another incoming in the latter half.
While not officially revealed yet, reports have also surfaced saying Microsoft is working on offering a five-user family plan for Xbox Game Pass later this year. Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are also set to gain PC Game Pass later in the year.