Newest Batch Of Xbox Game Pass Additions Include Destroy All Humans! Remake, Second Extinction, And More


Posted on April 20, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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While the regular motion for Xbox Game Pass continues as time progresses, April 2021 happens to be unique in its own with namely additions to the service. In particular, the monthly subscription welcomed back Grand Theft Auto V. However, this time it was featured as an addition to xCloud, and, in extension also debut’s the game for mobile as well.

As for the following forecast, Microsoft previously revealed that there will be the welcoming of PlayStation Studios’ San Diego Studio with its annual release, MLB The Show 21. The reveal also adds to the legend that engulfed this month. In a later statement from Sony Interactive Entertainment, the PlayStation company shared the decision for the game going to Xbox Game Pass was on the behalf of Major League Baseball, not its own.

Now, of course, there is a larger helping of games coming to the service for the latter half of April 2021. You can read the full list below:

Console

MLB The Show 21 – 4/20
Second Extinction – 4/28
Destroy All Humans! (Remake) – 4/29

PC

Phogs! – 4/22
Second Extinction – 4/28
Destroy All Humans! (Remake) – 4/29

Cloud

MLB The Show 21 – 4/20
Second Extinction – 4/28
Destroy All Humans! (Remake) – 4/29
Fable III – 4/30
Fable Anniversary – 4/30

In terms of the new additions for Xbox Game Pass, respected game studios revealed more details on its titles previously. In that, developer Systemic Reaction announced that the Xbox version for Second Extinction would be arriving in late April. The announcement also pressed that the 2019-announced title will also be shipping to the service the same day.

Conveniently for the newest batch of titles on xCloud, Microsoft on Monday announced that the service will be extending its reach to iOS & PC starting on Tuesday, April 20. Players on both platforms can sign-up for a limited beta for xCloud. You can read the full report by heading here.

Are you happy with the late April additions to Xbox Game Pass?

Source: Xbox Wire

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