More great games are coming to Xbox Game Pass this April, starting today; new additions include Destroy All Humans! and the previously confirmed MLB The Show 21, as well as two Fable entries for xCloud. These new titles continue to help round out the incredible value that Xbox Game Pass has to offer, but some titles, such as Moving Out, will unfortunately be leaving the subscription’s library to balance things out.
Xbox Game Pass is adding MLB The Show 21 and Destroy All Humans! for consoles, as well as Fable 1 and 3 for cloud players.
Xbox Game Pass’s library is continuing to grow starting Tuesday, April 20, as Xbox confirms not only the addition of MLB The Show 21, but a helping of other noteworthy games such as cloud versions of Fable Anniversary and Fable III on April 30. Although the Fable games are already available on Xbox Game Pass, the cloud versions will allow fans to play the game from mobile devices. Destroy All Humans! is also coming to Xbox Game Pass (console, cloud, and PC) on April 29, less than a year after its initial release. Given a Destroy All Humans sequel has been heavily teased, it’s a great time to play the remake of the original.
Even though its not the most stacked Xbox Game Pass update in terms of quantity, the quality of the games that have been added is high and likely worth the $15 a month price for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. As 2021 goes on, it seems likely even more 2020 hits will be added to the service to give players more bang for their buck. Beyond giving subs things to play, it’s been an effective marketing tool for Microsoft and others in many ways, given that publishers can release previous franchise entries to drum up excitement for upcoming games and sequels.
The patient may be rewarded, as it’s heavily rumored that Battlefield 6 will hit Xbox Game Pass when it releases this year. Given Outriders, a far more niche game, did incredibly well by being a day-one Xbox Game Pass title (and it seems like MLB The Show 21 will, too), including a massive holiday blockbuster title may seem especially attractive to publisher EA after Battlefield V’s relative failure. Time will tell, but Xbox players have plenty to keep them preoccupied in the meantime.
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