Microsoft has announced the new titles that will arrive at the subscription service Xbox Game Pass for console and PC this month, plus two that are available now: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition Y Nobody Saves the World, an indie game from DrinkBox Studios. We list them with their date of inclusion in the service below:
- Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition: Out Now (Cloud, Console, PC)
- Nobody Saves the World: Out Now (Cloud, Console, PC)
- Death’s Door: January 20 (cloud, console, PC)
- Hitman Trilogy: January 20 (cloud, console, PC)
- Pupperazzi: January 20 (cloud, console, PC)
- Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Extraction: January 20 (cloud, console, PC)
- Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Siege: Deluxe Edition: January 20 (PC)
- Windjammers 2: January 20 (cloud, console, PC)
- Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master: January 27 (console, PC)
East Tambin pre-download available FAR: Changing Tides as well as a series of improvements for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers in Halo Infinite, DOOM Eternal Y World of Tanks.
Many of the games need no introduction. Tom Clancys Rainbow Six Extraction debut in service and it’s the new shooter cooperative tactician from Ubisoft, while the trilogy Hitman brings together the last three IO Interactive games. Windjammers 2 is the continuation of the mythical game of discs, and Danganronpa comes to Xbox with its murders, debates and mysteries.
Several games leave the service on January 31st, so there is still a little time left to play with them. In addition Xbox Game Pass members can purchase them at a 20% discount. They are the following:
Members of the Ultimate version will be able to enjoy touch control in nine more games when they test them with cloud technology. At this moment there are more than 100 games in the cloud that work, for example, on mobile devices without the need for a connection with a controller.