Earlier in the month we announced the arrivals to Xbox Game Pass, and not only have the remainder of April’s releases been announced, fans can look ahead to May to get their Game Pass fix.
Every month, Xbox Game Pass never fails to deliver two waves of titles monthly, to keep gamers on the platform. Unlike the recent Netflix decline in membership, Game Pass has been steadily growing and has announced the titles that will round out the month of April along with some exciting arrivals in May.
As with earlier in April where we at CGMagazine have compiled a list to detail the titles arriving to Xbox Game Pass, the rest of April’s Game Pass releases have been announced, along with some exciting titles to look forward to heading into May. Of course, we have compiled another list to help with letting gamers know what’s going to be making waves in the coming weeks.
Xbox Game Pass New Arrivals For The End Of April
- 7 Days to Die (Console, PC) – April 26th
- Research and Destroy (Console, PC) – April 26th
- Bugsnax (Console, PC) – April 28th
- Unsouled (Console) – April 28th
Besides the four titles listed above, F1 2021, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered, and the Indie title Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion have all arrived on Game Pass on April 19th. It’s also worth noting the previously PS5 console exclusive, Bugsnax is finally making its way to the Xbox console via Xbox Game Pass. With the end of April, May arrives and brings the heat with a wealth of titles that arrive to Game Pass, including some Day One releases.
Xbox Game Pass May New Arrivals So Far
- Loot River (Console) – May 3rd
- Citizen Sleeper (Console) – May 5th
- Trek to Yomi (Console, PC) – May 5th
- Eiyuden Chronicle Rising (Console) – May 10th
- Headspace Shipbreaker (PC) – May 24th
- Sniper Elite 5 (Console, PC) – May 26th
- Pac-Man Museum+ (Console, PC) – May 27th
Two highly anticipated titles are arriving on Xbox Game Pass Day One in Trek to Yomi, and Sniper Elite 5, as Game Pass continues to have strong support for initial releases arriving to the service in what appears to be a very impactful May. Ubisoft’s recent announcement of continuing support for Game Pass adds more prestige to the already staggering library Xbox Game Pass offers, and while Assassin’s Creed Origins, and a For Honor: Marching Fire Edition have been announced for the service, fans have yet to see a release date.
Like every month, Xbox Game Pass likely has more tricks up its sleeve, as they are known for announcing more releases throughout the month. Fans looking to stay looped in to all the latest news can swing over to the official Xbox Game Pass Twitter account for new announcements and revelations.