Just Cause 4, Fallout 4, and More are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Posted on March 6, 2019 by Paul Thurrott in Games, Xbox One with 4 Comments

Microsoft announced today that four great additional new game titles are coming to Xbox Game Pass in the coming week or so.

“Whether you want to soar through explosions in a rainbow-colored wingsuit or stroll through hordes of Bloatflies in an irradiated ocean (no judgment, if that’s what you’re into), we’ve got you covered,” Microsoft’s Parimal Deshpande explains in the announcement. “All that is in addition to the 100+ great games you already have at your fingertips.”

Here are the additional titles for March and their expected release dates.

Just Cause 4. Arriving March 6, Just Cause 4 is an open world sandbox designed for exploratory, experimental, over-the-top fun.

LEGO Batman 2. Also due March 6, this LEGO title lets you play DC comics characters like Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Superman, and more in this open world single or multiplayer game, while stopping Lex Luthor, Joker, and more notorious villains in their tracks.

F1 2018. Dropping on March 14, F1 2018 features all of the official teams, drivers, and 21 circuits of the thrilling 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship season.

Fallout 4. Also happening on March 14, Fallout 4 drops you back into the Commonwealth as you set out to search for your missing son. Explore the wasteland, fight vicious Deathclaws and gain new abilities to help shape the fate of a post-apocalyptic Boston. (Fallout 4 was previously available on Xbox Game Pass.)

Good stuff.

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4 responses to “Just Cause 4, Fallout 4, and More are Coming to Xbox Game Pass”

  1. yoshi

    That's pretty quick to get Just Cause 4 on there. That game just came out in December. Awesome stuff.

  2. chrishilton1

    Beat Mehedi this month

  3. DaveHelps

    The F1 game is interesting.


    The game naturally, and correctly mirrors changes to the real world sport. However, tje F1 season starts in March, and the game releases in August/September each year.


    As a result, the game, which retails at AAAA price, has about 4 months of shelf life before it feels out of date, and for most of the season you are playing “last year’s game.”


    I’d happily pay $5 per month to have F1-as-a-Service. I will not pay $80 per summer (and have been buying the game every two years instead).


    So this latest addition to the line-up could be a killer move. I expect that in time F1, and most of the EA Sports lineup will move to a service model.


    Anyone else?

  4. IanYates82

    Batman will be fun.


    I'll try the open world games. Takes me a while to get in to them, and I don't quite have the time to dedicate properly so I never buy them. At least this way I can get a sample and see if I want to commit to either of them. Good lineup!

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