The second wave of games coming to Xbox Game Pass in April has been officially announced, alongside the news that two Ubisoft games will also be coming to the service in the near future. Most notably, it’s been revealed that Assassin’s Creed Origins will be joining Game Pass on cloud, console, and PC within the next ‘two months’.
The new set of games announced for the second half of April includes Bugsnax, Unsouled, 7 Days to Die, and more. Plenty of other games already hit Game Pass this month, including MLB The Show 22, Cricket 22, Life is Strange: True Colors, Chinatown Detective Agency, and more.
Bugsnax is Coming to Xbox Game Pass
Originally a PlayStation timed-exclusive, Bugsnax is now making its way to Xbox and PC and will be available on one day via Xbox Game Pass. It will be available from April 28 on cloud, console, and PC.
Assassin’s Creed Origins Will be on Xbox Game Pass Soon
Within the next two months, Assassin’s Creed Origins will be joining Xbox Game Pass for cloud, console, and PC. For Honor: Marching Fire Edition will also be coming to PC via Ubisoft Connect app, and you can upgrade to the Marching Fire Edition on cloud and console Game Pass.
MLB: The Show 22 Is Now on Xbox Game Pass
MLB: The Show 22 is now available on Xbox Game Pass. It launched on April 5 and hit the game subscription service on day one of release. Those on Xbox consoles can download and play the game right now, or if you prefer, play it via Xbox’s cloud gaming service on your chosen device.
Everything Coming to Xbox Game Pass in April
- MLB: The Show 22 (Cloud and Console) — Available Now
- Cricket 22 (Cloud and Console) — Available Now
- Dragon Age 2 (Cloud) EA Play – Available Now
- Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud) EA Play – Available Now
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Cloud) EA Play – Available Now
- Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console, and PC) — Available Now
- Life is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console, and PC) — Available Now
- Panzer Corps 2 (PC) — Available Now
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk (PC) ID@Xbox — Available Now
- Lost in Random (Cloud, Console, and PC) — Available Now
- F1 2021 (Cloud) EA Play — Available Now
- Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered (Cloud) EA Play — Available Now
- Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox — Available Now
- 7 Days to Die (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – April 26
- Research and Destroy (Console and PC) – April 26
- Bugsnax (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – April 28
- Unsouled (Console and PC) ID@Xbox – April 28
Best Xbox Deals Right Now: $5 Off Game Pass
You can also get 3-months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just $39.99 at Amazon right now, which is $5 off the asking price (this will also stack with your current membership). You can also get an Xbox Series X at Walmart right now, with some stock still available at the time of writing.
ICYMI: New Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks
If you’re an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member, you can access a whole slew of extra benefits with your subscription. This includes 3-months of Marvel Unlimited, 4-months of Spotify Premium, 3-months of YouTube Premium, Halo Infinite multiplayer cosmetics, and more.
Alongside these perks, you can now get a 30-day free trial for Paramount+, unlocking access to the opening episodes of Halo The Series. You can access your Ultimate perks via the Xbox Game Pass app on your phone, or on your Xbox console right now.
Everything Leaving Xbox Game Pass in April 2022
Here’s everything that we know is leaving Xbox Game Pass this month. With MLB The Show 22 coming to the service, MLB The Show 21 makes way for the new game and will drop from Game Pass from April 15 alongside a few other games. Other games leaving this month include Cricket 19, Outlast 2, and more.
- MLB: The Show 21 (Cloud and Console)
- Rain On Your Parade (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- The Long Dark (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Pathway (PC)
- F1 2019 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Leaving April 30
- Cricket 19 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Outlast 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Secret Neighbor (Cloud, Console, and PC)
- Streets of Rage 4 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
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