April Xbox Game Pass

Last Batch of April Xbox Game Pass Games Revealed

Microsoft is adding the last few games of the month to Xbox Game Pass in the coming days. The games include the upcoming Bugsnax and its new DLC – The Isle of Bigsnax, 7 Days to Die, Turnip Boy and more.

While there’s a chance a few more additional games might arrive before the end of the month, at the moment the April Xbox Game Pass lineup is pretty packed. Don’t forget the previous titles including MLB The Show 22 were added earlier in April.

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Microsoft has also highlighted the games leaving the service on 30 April. This includes Cricket 19, Secret Neighbor, Outlast 2 and more. Here’s the full list of Xbox Game Pass games for April.

Xbox Game Pass April 2022

  • 7 Days to Die (Cloud, Console & PC) – 26 April
  • Research and Destroy (Console & PC) – 26 April
  • Bugsnax (Cloud, Console & PC) – 28 April
  • Unsouled (Console & PC) – 28 April
  • Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Cloud, Console & PC) –  Now Available
  • F1 2021 (Cloud – EA Play) – Now Available
  • Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered (Cloud – EA Play) –  Now Available
  • MLB The Show 22 (Cloud & Console) – Now Available
  • Cricket 22 (Cloud & Console) – Now Available
  • Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console & PC) –Now Available
  • Dragon Age 2 (Cloud – EA Play) – Now Available
  • Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud – EA Play) – Now Available
  • Star Wars: Squadrons (Cloud – EA Play) – Now Available
  • Life Is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console & PC) – Now Available
  • Panzer Corps 2 (PC) – Now Available
  • The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk (PC) – Now Available
  • Lost In Random (Cloud, Console & PC) – Now Available

Leaving Xbox Game Pass on 30 April

  • Cricket 19 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Outlast 2 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Secret Neighbor (Cloud, Console, and PC)
  • Streets of Rage 4 (Cloud, Console, and PC)
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