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Yakuza, Cyber Shadow, Control & More Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Yakuza, Cyber Shadow, Control & More Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

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Yakuza, Cyber Shadow, Control & More Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

It’s that time of the month again where Microsoft start to switch up the Xbox Game Pass library. Although spread out over the three tiers of Cloud, Xbox and PC, the Game Pass will be dishing up new titles for all subscription users. Of course, Microsoft tends to cater to users of all backgrounds, and it goes to show in the latest reveal on the official Twitter handle.

Over the course of January, Game Pass will be rolling out the Yakuza Collection, Control, Outer Wilds, The Medium, Cyber Shadow, Donut County and Desperados 3. But remember, you might not be able to get your hands on all of these jampacked titles, as mentioned above regarding the tier system. If, however, you’re subscribed to the service with a hi-spec PC and Xbox, then you’re in for a real treat.

Coming to Game Pass in January 2021:

Control (PC) – January 21

Desperados III (Android, Console, and PC) – January 21

Donut County (Android, Console, and PC) – January 21

Outer Wilds (Android) – January 21

Cyber Shadow (Android, Console, and PC) – January 26

The Medium (Xbox Series X|S and PC) – January 28

Yakuza Remastered Collection (Android, Console, and PC) – January 28

Yakuza, Cyber Shadow, Control & More Are Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Live through one of the most renowned storylines in gaming history with the entire Yakuza Collection.

Game Pass can be purchased for $9.99 a month on consoles, as well as on PC. But in case you’re feeling the urge to upgrade, then Ultimate can be bolted on for $14.99. That, of course, includes Xbox Live Gold, as well as access to the entire library of games that can be downloaded directly to your HDD. So, in case you’re toying with the idea of picking up a subscription to Game Pass, then we hope this little reveal might sway you towards the shopping cart.

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