Earlier in the month we announced the Xbox Game Pass arrivals, and not only have the rest of the April releases been announced, but fans can look forward to May to get their Game Pass fix.
Each month, Xbox Game Pass never fails to deliver two waves of titles per month, to keep players on the platform. Contrary to the recent drop in Netflix memberships, Game Pass has been steadily growing and has announced the titles that will wrap up the month of April as well as some exciting arrivals in May.
Similar to earlier in April when we at CGMagazine compiled a list to detail the titles coming to Xbox Game Pass, the rest of April’s Game Pass releases have been announced, along with some exciting titles to look forward to in May. . Of course, we’ve compiled another list to help inform players of what’s going to be making waves in the coming weeks.
New Xbox Game Pass for the end of April
- 7 days to die (Console, PC) – April 26
- search and destroy (Console, PC) – April 26
- Bugnax (Console, PC) – April 28
- Soulless (Console) – April 28
In addition to the four titles listed above, F1 2021, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remasteredand the Indie track Turnip Boy commits tax evasion all arrived on Game Pass on April 19. Also worth noting is the PS5 console exclusivity, Bugnax is finally making its way to the Xbox console via Xbox Game Pass. With April coming to an end, May is coming and bringing the heat with a slew of titles coming to Game Pass, including some Day One releases.
Xbox Game Pass May New So Far
- Loot River (Console) – May 3
- sleeper citizen (Console) – May 5
- Hike to Yomi (Console, PC) – May 5
- Eiyuden Chronicle Rising (Console) – May 10
- Headspace Shipbreaker (PC) – May 24
- Sniper 5 (Console, PC) – May 26
- Pac-Man+ Museum (Console, PC) – May 27
Two highly anticipated titles are coming to Xbox Game Pass Day One in Hike to Yomiand Elite Sniper 5, as Game Pass continues to have strong support for the initial releases coming to the service in what looks to be a very impactful month of May. Ubisoft’s recent announcement of continued Game Pass support adds more prestige to the already staggering library of Xbox Game Pass offerings, and while Origins of Assassin’s Creedand one 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’ve been known to announce more releases throughout the month. Fans looking to stay up to date with all the latest news can skip to the official Xbox Game Pass Twitter account for new announcements and reveals.