Just moments before Microsoft’s official announcement, Dealabs insider and leaker bilbill-kun is doing it again by revealing upcoming games in advance. Game Pass for this second half of March. 7 games are planned for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC consoles, without however specifying the platforms concerned or their dates of addition, because if these leaks are still proven, they are not necessarily complete.
So here are, in advance, the new Game Pass titles at the end of March 2022:
- F1 2021
- The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Disorder
- Tainted Grail: Conquest (Console)
- Weird West
- Zero Escape: The Nonary Games
While F1 fans are still waiting for news on this year’s episode, Electronic Arts offers to look in the retro with the vintage F1 2021. Formula 1’s number one sim (which is a little lonely in its niche, let’s face it) is set to announce its next game in the coming months, for release likely sometime next summer. Once is not custom, a French creation has slipped into the bi-monthly selection of the Game Pass with The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Disorderthe dungeon crawler adapted from the parody fantasy franchise.
From snowboarding to escape games in the Game Pass
As announced by its publisher FoamPunch, the snowboarding game Shredders will also be there on the Game Pass, and that from the day of its release, March 17. Described as “a real tribute” sliding sports on powder snow, Shredders draws its inspiration from the snowboard films, but also from the video game series Amped released on Xbox first of the name during the 2000s. Something quite rare for a game of its kind, a scripted story mode will be offered.
Finally, in a completely different genre, Zero Escape: The Nonary Games will meet the expectations of Japanese video game enthusiasts. This compilation regroups the episodes of Kotaro Uchikoshi’s trilogy of adventure games: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward and Zero Time Dilemma. All three games are presented in their respective remastered versions.