Microsoft announced this week a number of new video game titles that are set to come to their Xbox Game Pass subscription service and Xbox Cloud Gaming before the end of the month.
On March 17th, The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos will be playable via Xbox Game Pass on Xbox One and Xbox Series X console families, Windows PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. It’ll be joined by Shredders on Xbox Series X, Windows PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Shredders isn’t available to download and play on Xbox One consoles but it can be accessed via Xbox Cloud Gaming.
March 22nd will see the arrival of Zero Escape: The Nonary Games and Tainted Grail: Conquest. Both titles are available on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X console generations while Zero Escape is also available on Xbox Cloud Gaming and Windows PC.
On March 24th, Norco arrives on Windows PC and F1 2021 on Xbox consoles. Neither will have support for Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Crusader Kings III is already playable on Windows PC but on March 29th the title will also come to Xbox Game Pass for Xbox Series X generation Xbox console owners.
The month will end with the debut of Weird West on Windows PC, Xbox consoles, and Xbox Cloud Gaming on March 31st.
Xbox Game Pass is a monthly subscription service that lets subscribers download and play video games from a library of around 100 titles as if they owned them outright. The Xbox Game Pass for Console plan works on Xbox One and Xbox Series X console families while Xbox Game Pass for PC is designed for Windows 10 and 11 devices.
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate plan includes both console and PC options and also unlocks Xbox Cloud Gaming which can be accessed on a variety of devices such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and even Xbox consoles.