Xbox Game Pass is adding more games both new and old classics as the month of April 2021 is coming to an end.
Only 20 days left till the month of April ends. But Xbox shows no sign of stopping yet, as Xbox Game Pass will be getting 6 more games this month. The month of April had already seen the addition of great games both new and classic favorites. From GTA V to FIFA 21 and more.
Furthermore, starting today Xbox’s subscription will be getting larger as a diverse collection of games are being added. The fantasy world of Fable, hunting for dinosaurs, and playing as Martians.
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Xbox Game Pass new games coming this remaining 20 days of April 2021 are:
- MLB The Show 21 (Cloud and Console) – Available Now
- Phogs! (PC) ID@Xbox – April 22
- Second Extinction (Game Preview) (Cloud, Console, and PC) ID@Xbox – April 28
- Destroy All Humans! (Cloud, Console, and PC) – April 29
- Fable III (Cloud) – April 30
- Fable Anniversary (Cloud) – April 30
MLB The Show 21 is the ultimate baseball experience with stunning graphics and realism. PlayStation Studio’s first game for Xbox. This high-paced baseball game supports 4K/60fps on Xbox Series X|S.
Phogs! is a fun puzzle-based adventure game. Where you play as a duo of dogs across exciting worlds. Phogs! can be played both co-op or single-player.
Second Extinction is a brand new game coming to Xbox, PC, and android, full of action and chaos. Make a team of three as you wage war against vicious dinosaurs to reclaim your planet. Using skills and heavy weapons.
Both Fable III and Anniversary are already on PC and consoles. Hence, these will be heading to mobile devices. Mobile gamers can now enjoy one of the finest RPGs the world has ever seen. Full of magic, mystery, and adventure.
Finally, the cult classic human harvest simulator is back with Destroy All Humans!. Play as the martian Crypto-137, hunt down humans, harvest DNA, and conquer the planet with your various alien technology. The game is a perfect remaster with various convenient changes. Catering to both older and young players.
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