Hold onto your seats, Microsoft fans, because there’s new Xbox Game Pass games being added to the March 2019 lineup that you’ll want to know about. The Xbox developer has revealed that six new titles — including Deus Ex Mankind Divided and Vampyr — will be coming to their streaming service in the next few weeks, including some tasty looking games that you may want to check out.
Deus Ex Mankind Divided is the standout title of the new Xbox Game Pass games lineup. The Eidos Montreal developed game, which was initially released in August 2016, is due to land in the Xbox Game Pass library on March 21. Joining the action-RPG game on that date will be What Remains of Edith Finch. The adventure puzzle title, developed by Giant Sparrow and published by Annapurna Interactive, won several awards for its narrative, so be sure to check this one out if games with great stories are your jam.
One week later on March 28, two more games will join the Xbox Game Pass library. The Walking Dead Michone, the spin-off of Skybounds’ The Walking Dead series, and Dontnod Entertainment’s Vampyr will be added to the collection. The narrative-driven survival horror and action-RPG horror games will certainly bring the scares, if that’s right up your alley.
Finally, Zen Studios’ Operencia The Stolen Sun and Capcom’s Marvel vs Capcom Infinite will join the above quartet on March 29. Operencia The Stolen Sun is billed as a classic RPG dungeon crawler that features turn-based combat and explores some of Europe’s biggest myths. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, meanwhile, is your atypical fighting title, and is the sixth entry in this particular franchise.
Remember that you will need an Xbox Game Pass subscription to be able to play these games when they land. If you don’t own a subscription yet, you can try Microsoft’s in-house service out with their 14-day trial. Alternatively, you can buy a monthly pass that will set you back $9.99 or £8.99.