Each month, Microsoft offers its Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate subscribers the option to purchase a handful of Xbox games without paying more than what they pay for their subscription. And here she awaits at the end of winter.
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The end of the always very short month of February does not take place (don’t forget Saint Romain on the 28th). It is high time Microsoft announced the list of titles to which Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will be able to subscribe for “free” this March. And to say the least, that the selection of games on offer benefits from a certain variety.
There’s a four game list on the menu next month, consisting of two Xbox One games and two Xbox 360 games. As the following list in Co-op shows, FPS is a mix of twin stick shooter, run and gun, and naval strategy. There might not be something for everyone (which would certainly be impossible), but it’s clear that these titles cater to different categories of players. But enough said, here are the games in question:
Xbox One (compatible Xbox Series X | S):
- Warface: Breakout (available in March)
- Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse (available March 16 to April 15)
Xbox 360 (Compatible Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S):
What do you think of the games coming up this month? Are you planning to try some of these out? If yes, which? Do you think Microsoft should merge Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass? Tell us everything in the comments below.