Xbox Game Pass: Guilty Gear Strive Available, Ni no Kuni II Surprises – News

After a long hiatus from Microsoft consoles, the Guilty Gear franchise returns today with the release of Guilty Gear Strive on Xbox Series and Xbox One. Available in the Game Pass subscription, the game is also sold for 40 euros in the Microsoft Store. Right after the Dead Space Remake released in January, Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 will be making a quick spin on Xbox Cloud Gaming starting March 9 as part of the EA Play subscription partnership.

Valheim’s madness has had time to settle, but the survival game maintains a flattering reputation and will make its grand debut on consoles on March 14. It will fall into the “Preview” category, as the Iron Gate studio is far from achieving everything they set out to do with this title.

A few weeks after confirmation that the next Civilization is in development, Civilization VI will land in Game Pass for console, cloud, and PC players. And we end with a little surprise, which is Ni no Kuni II: Revenant of a New Kingdom, a nice Level-5 RPG that without the Game Pass would probably never have had the chance to afford an Xbox port like many other Japanese games that have appeared in the subscription in the last two years. It will be March 21.

No fewer than 8 games will be asked to pack their bags on March 15, including Eidos Montreal’s major production Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and some famous indie games such as Kentucky Route Zero and Undertale. If twisted scenarios, quirky humor and behind-the-scenes puzzles appeal to you, then hurry up and get your case too at Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, the pinnacle of Japanese-style narrative adventure games.

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