The Game Pass subscription service that Microsoft rolled out feels too good to be true at times, but apparently it’s a sustainable service we’ve been told so I guess that part of it doesn’t matter. Games have steadily come and went and now we have the next batch of games heading to the service on the console side at the latter half of this month.
The big two are A Plague Tale: Innocence, a narrative-driven stealth title that was one of the best surprises of last year, and Indivisible, a sidescroller action game set in a fantastical world. Both of those games will come to Xbox Game Pass January 23rd. The other two titles are the action strategy hybrid Sea Salt and Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour, a multiplayer based fishing simulation title. Those will be available on the 30th, right before the month ends.
The games will come to the Game Pass service starting on January 23rd to download for Xbox One. You can also see the games coming to the PC version of Game Pass through here.
More games coming to @XboxGamePass soon. See the list of titles and dates they’ll be added here: https://t.co/UaWpEOnooo pic.twitter.com/tQZFQVGEes
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) January 22, 2020