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Another day, another opportunity for Microsoft to add even more games to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service and today, the company seized the opportunity. Microsoft has revealed eight new additions to the service in a new Xbox Wire post today, including Madden NFL 22 and more. 

For the uninitiated, Xbox Game Pass is basically Microsoft’s take on Netflix for video games. You pay a flat fee every month – $9.99 a month for the standard subscription or $14.99 for Ultimate – and get access to a library of games you can download and play immediately. Ultimate allows you to play these games on PC, too. Plus, you can play ceratin games via Xbox’s cloud streaming service if you’re a subscriber. 

Here’s What’s Coming To Xbox Game Pass:

  • Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Cloud) via EA Play – Today, February 15 | Our Review
  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Xbox One) – February 17
  • Madden NFL 22 (Console and PC) via EA Play – February 17 | Our Review
  • Total War: Warhammer III (PC) – February 17
  • Roboquest, Game Preview (PC) – February 22
  • Galactic Civilizations III (PC) – February 24 | Our Review
  • Super Mega Baseball 3 (Console) via EA Play – February 24 | Our Review
  • Alice: Madness Returns (PC) via EA Play – February 28 | Our Review

Here’s What’s Leaving Xbox Game Pass:

  • Hypnospace Outlaw (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 28 | Our Review
  • Killer Queen Black (Cloud and Console)  – February 28
  • Stealth Inc 2 (Cloud and Console) – February 28
  • Touhou Luna Nights (Cloud, Console, and PC) – February 28
  • Titanfall leaves EA Play for Console and PC on March 1 | Our Review

In addition to today’s Xbox Game Pass news, Microsoft has revealed that Dreamscaper, Firewatch, Lake, The Pedestrian, Yakuza 3 Remastered, and Yakuza 4 Remastered now have touch controls available when playiing them via Xbox’s cloud gaming.

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