Star Wars and Dragon Age tipped to lead this month’s Xbox Game Pass titles


In this month, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy.

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Xbox Game Pass subscribers will be getting their hands on a slew of new titles this month, including a few surprises.

Cricket 22 and MLB The Show 22 are currently available on Xbox Game Pass, with a wide variety of other titles expected to join them in the near future. Fans of the action RPG genre will like BioWare’s Dragon Age 2, while Star Wars and flight sim enthusiasts will enjoy Star Wars: Squadrons, and strategy wargamers will enjoy Panzer Corps 2.


The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, Lost in Random, and Chinatown Detective Agency are all excellent indie choices, as is Life Is Strange: True Colors for those looking for an emotional journey. Adding Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare to the mix gives you another another four-player cooperative option.

All of these games will be available on the subscription service at exactly the following times:

  • MLB The Show 22 (Cloud and Console) – available now
  • Cricket 22 (Cloud and Console) – available now
  • Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console, and PC) – April 7
  • Dragon Age 2 (Cloud) – April 7
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud) – April 7
  • Star Wars: Squadrons (Cloud) – 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) – April 14

After a spectacular March in which F1 2021, Weird West, and Crusader Kings 3 were released to the platform, this is a remarkable list.


Microsoft must now continue its winning ways. New PS Plus, Sony’s answer to Xbox Game Pass, has been introduced. PS Plus’s new highest membership tier, which launches in June, will provide customers access to over 700 games, including classic titles from the PS1, PS2, and PS3 eras, as well as a cloud streaming service that can be utilised on your PS5, PS4, or a rusty old PC.

While Xbox Game Pass’s 12-month membership is more expensive, Sony hopes that its new PS Plus service, with its lower prices and sentimental appeal of playing old PlayStation games, would entice gamers to switch to their platform.

However, the new service will not be able to compete with Microsoft’s day one launches. First-party games released by Sony will not be available on the PlayStation Store the same day they go on sale. Xbox Game Pass’s success has been bolstered by the ability to play the most recent, high-quality games from Xbox Studios, such as Halo Infinite.


In this comparison of Xbox Game Pass vs. New PS Plus, you’ll learn all about the differences between the two membership programmes. In our New PS Plus vs. old Ps Plus comparison, you’ll see how the PlayStation model is evolving.

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