The upcoming baseball game MLB The Show 23 will be available on day one on Xbox Game Pass on March 28, Microsoft announced today. It’s another big game coming to the game subscription service on day one, and it’s continuing a trend that started with MLB The Show 21 two years ago.
For those unfamiliar, MLB The Show used to be a PlayStation-exclusive franchise, but Xbox Game Pass subscribers have been able to play these games for free for two years now. By purchasing the game’s $44.99 Early Access bundle, Game Pass members can also start playing the game on March 24 and get some in-game bonus content.
On March 30, the rythm RPG Infinite Guitars will also follow MLB The Show 23 in the Xbox Game Pass library. This game is also launching on day one on Microsoft’s game subscription service.
Lastly, Microsoft also announced today that seven games will leave Xbox Game Pass on March 31, including MLB The Show 22, Double Dragon Neon, and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. As usual, you can save up to 20% of these games before they disappear from the Game Pass library.