From today, Xbox Game Pass subscribers have the opportunity to learn about three new titles, among which one should highlight another post published by Square Enix last year. In Life Is Strange: True Colors, you will play as part of Redmond’s Giant Show.
The Xbox Game Pass slate for the early days of April isn’t loaded with many unique AAA titles, but Alex Chen’s adventure undoubtedly stands out from the crowd. The game debuted in August of last year, and scored 81%.
However, this is the first of three productions you’ll be playing from today thanks to a Microsoft subscription. The list also includes The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos, an isometric RPG with a turn-based combat system, where the fantasy world is presented in a humorous convention. Everything is based on the popular French series of audiobooks and comics, Le Donjon de Naheulbeuk. However, at the time of the premiere, the title did not conquer audiences and scored about 68%.
Finally, we also find Panzer Corps 2, a turn-based strategy set during World War II. In 2020, journalists appreciated, among other things, the huge variety of scenarios, a large selection of modules, a well-thought-out interface and striking settings. The game has very good reviews (81%).
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Currently, Microsoft has announced that Lost in Random will also come to Xbox Game Pass in April.
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