7 Days to Die, Turnip Boy commits tax evasion, Unsouled and more Xbox Game Pass titles are on the way

7 Days to Die, Turnip Boy commits tax evasion, Unsouled and more Xbox Game Pass titles are on the way

Coming to cloud, console, and PC on April 26 is 7 Days to Die. The open-world game is set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by the undead and is a FPS mixed with survival horror, tower defense, and some RPG goodness. April 26 will also see the release of Research and Destroy for console and PC. This day one Game Pass turn-based action game has you taking control of three Super Scientists. You will use them to research and develop new weapons and gadgets in an effort to destroy the Supernatural hordes that are crushing humanity.

The next set of games coming to Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass in April has been announced by Microsoft. F1 2021 and Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered, as well as Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, were released today for cloud. You play as a turnip looking for a method to pay his debts to a corrupt mayor who happens to be an onion in Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, which is available today for cloud, console, and PC. On your quest to avoid paying taxes and destroying the establishment, the game combines puzzle solving, dungeon exploration, and plant harvesting.

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  • Bugsnax, as you know, is coming to cloud, console, and PC on April 28. So is day one release Unsouled. Inspired by the game Onimusha 2, in this 2D-action RPG game for console and PC, you will be testing your reflexes and combo skills. The gameplay focused primarily on fast-paced, highly-stylized combat with an interactive environment. On April 30, some games will be leaving the service. These are: Cricket 19, Outlast 2, Secret Neighbor, and Streets of Rage 4.