Second wave of April Xbox Game Pass games announced, more Ubisoft titles coming soon

Right on schedule, Microsoft has shared the second wave of Xbox Game Pass titles coming to the service this month. The list includes games like Bugsnax, Unsouled, 7 Days to Die, but more importantly, Microsoft also confirmed that more Ubisoft titles will be coming to the service soon, as well.

If you're not familiar, Bugsnax used to be a PlayStation exclusive adventure game, but it now will come to Xbox Game Pass on Cloud, Console, and PC on April 28. As for Unsouled, it's a stylish, fast-paced 2D action-RPG coming to Console and PC on April 28. 7 Days to Die, meanwhile, is a post-apocalyptic open-world game. It too will come to Cloud, Console, and PC on April 26. See below for the other titles covered in this wave.

  • F1 2021 (Cloud) EA Play – Now available
  • Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered (Cloud) EA Play - Now available
  • Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Cloud, Console, and PC) [email protected] - Now available
  • Research and Destroy (Console and PC) – April 26

As for the news about Ubisoft tiles, Microsoft mentioned that it is working with Ubisoft to "bring more incredible games to the Game Pass library." It has been confirmed that Assassin's Creed Origins will join the library for cloud, console, and PC via the Ubisoft Connect app. Microsoft will also bring For Honor: Marching Fire Edition to PC via Ubisoft Connect app and upgrade to the Marching Fire Edition for cloud and console.

Finally, if you're an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member, you're going to enjoy touch controls in 12 more games. Zero Escape: The Nonary Games and Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition! are two of the titles. Ben 10, Besiege, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition, Edge of Eternity, Hitman Trilogy, Lawn Mowing Simulator, Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, Paw Patrol, Race with Ryan, Transformers Battlegrounds, Windjammers 2, and Zero Escape: The Nonary Games wrap up the list.

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