In recent days, we can’t complain about the new offers from Xbox Game Pass, but we can already be sure that starting in the beginning of 2022, Microsoft will provide a lot of interesting titles. Players can count on powerful AAA games and exciting situations from independent developers.
Microsoft has taken an interest in a very strong end of the year for Xbox Game Pass customers, but we can be sure that we won’t get bored in 2022. The company has already confirmed some of the items that will debut as part of the service. I must emphasize: this is not a definitive statement.
In recent months, the company has been systematically introducing the games that will be included in the Xbox Game Pass in the future, so we can now prepare for several notable games for the first time.
Starfield and Redfall are games from Microsoft (Bethesda), so we can be sure the adventures will go to Xbox Game Pass, but it’s worth noting that the company has also taken an interest in shows like STALKER 2, Crusader Kings III, or the much-anticipated Atomic Heart.
We’ll still have to wait for the details of this year’s latest Forzy and Arkane Lyon release — you know, Deathloop is currently out on PS5 and PC, because Sony has secured a year of exclusivity.
Xbox Game Pass in 2022 looks really hot
Xbox Game Pass – Games in 2022 (release dates confirmed)
- Strange West – January 11
- Anacrusis – January 13
- Windjammers 2 – 20 January
- Crossfire X MP – February 10
- Edge of Eternity – 10 Lottego
- Total War Warhammer 3 – 17 lutego
- stalker April 2-28
- High Records of Ioden – and Usna
- Redfall – Side
- Contempt – October
- Starfield – November 11
Xbox Game Pass – Games in 2022 (no final date)
- ARK 2
- atomic heart
- Third Crusade Kings
- Forza Motorsport (if it debuts in 2022)
- Hello Neighbor 2
- Party Animals
- bathroom simulator
- Plague tale requiem
- has been replaced
- tearing down
- Slime Rancher 2
- Elite Sniper 5
- Journey to my day
- Victoria 3
- War Hammer 40,000: Darktide
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