Today, in the second [email protected] and Twitch game Independent display, Microsoft Announcing that more high-profile games will be launched on Xbox Game Pass.
Let’s start with the big news: Stardew Valley will launch Xbox Game Pass for PC and Xbox consoles this fall. If you are one of the few players who have not experienced this kind of cold life farm simulation game, you will be able to play this game for free via Xbox Game Pass subscription later this year.
This is also a good time; Stardew Valley launched a 1.5 major update for consoles earlier this year. It added “late” content to the game and introduced the largest amount of content added to the game since its release (including points). Screen and local cooperation). If you are looking for something to play comfortably in winter, please keep this in mind.
Next, we get Aragami 2 (The service was launched on September 17). If you are not familiar with the game that debuted, this game mainly focuses on ninja-inspired battles and also has some Tenchu atmosphere. Since the first game, the battle has been expanded and improved, and the team pointed out that compared to when the first game was developed, this game has more experience and a larger scale. If it piques your interest, you can check out the game trailer below.
Aragami 2 will land on Xbox and PC Game Pass when it is released (but it will also land on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5).
Next, is Pathfinder: Wrath of Justice. Developer Owlcat Games will release the title in 2021 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (backwards compatible with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S) through the new Prime Matter publishing label. Digital publishing will be processed as a title by the main publishing partner META.
Today, we learned that although the game will be unveiled on PC on September 2nd, it will land on consoles on September 2nd. March 1, 2022, It will be the first day of Xbox Game Pass exclusive.
For the curious, here is a brief introduction:
Embark on a journey to a realm ravaged by demons in a new epic RPG created by the creators of the acclaimed Pathfinder: Kingmaker. Explore the nature of good and evil, understand the true cost of power, and become a mythical hero who can exceed the expectations of mortals.
Your path will take you to Worldwound, where the opening of the fissure leading to the abyss has unleashed a horror that swallows everything on the entire land. For more than a century, neighboring countries have tried to resist the threat from the door and drive the enemy back, but with little success. Now you have a chance to end this conflict, but the path to salvation is far from clear. Will you be a shining angel worthy of the paladin’s support? Or a powerful necromancer with hordes of undead undead in your enslavement? Or something else? Lead your army and challenge the mighty demon lord. Your expedition will initiate a series of events that will change the world—and you—forever.
It’s a bit long-winded, but it covers your expectations for the ambitious RPG when it launches on the console next year.
Next, we see that Pupperazi is about to “launch” the service. We believe that the game’s tagline is the most effective way to sell it:
“If you don’t, who will take pictures, pet and tell these dogs that they are good boys and girls? In the dog photography game Pupperazzi, the world needs you!”
Think of it as a canine version of Pokemon Snap, and you may be in the right range. Although the game was announced for Xbox Game Pass during the live broadcast, the Steam page of the game still says that the release date is “woof bark bark”, so who knows when it will actually arrive.
Finally, there are evil geniuses 2.
In today’s Xbox live broadcast focused on indie games, Rebellion announced Evil Genius 2 and Xbox Series X/S for Xbox One, and subsequently confirmed games for PS4 and PS5. The console version will be released in the fourth quarter of this year, and Evil Genius 2 will also be available on Xbox Game Pass when it is released.
The only thing missing from today’s announcement is Switch news, which will surely disappoint fans of hybrid consoles who want to play it on the go, even though Steam Deck can solve this problem.
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