Xbox Game Pass will soon offer more Xbox games

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“The Shadowrun Trilogy comprises 3 cult tactical RPG games taking place in a dystopian cyberpunk future in which magic has re-awakened, bringing back to life creatures of high fantasy. Initially created as a tabletop RPG over 30 years ago, this one-of-a-kind setting that has gained a huge cult following during the past three decades.”

This week, Microsoft introduced new Xbox games that would be available through its Xbox Game Pass subscription service. Total War: Three Kingdoms, Naraka: Bladepoint, Far Cry 5, and more Xbox games will be growing the Xbox Game Pass games library this month, Microsoft has said. This follows this month’s Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase where a wealth of new content was shown.

Highlights

  • “FIFA 22 is coming soon to The Play List with EA Play, so PC Game Pass and Ultimate members can experience fundamental gameplay advances and a new season of innovation across every mode. Plus, score monthly recurring rewards like Ultimate T

  • “Total War: Three Kingdoms is the first in the multi award-winning strategy series to recreate epic conflict across ancient China. Combining a gripping turn-based campaign game of empire-building, statecraft and conquest with stunning real-time battles, Total War: Three Kingdoms redefines the series in an age of heroes and legends.”

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