Xbox Game Pass adds another 8 games in March

This month, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can enjoy 8 new games, and play Sea of Thieves the day it launches.

After debuting last spring, it seems Xbox Game Pass should finally hit its stride this month with another 8 games joining a library of over 100 games. When Sea of Thieves launches on March 20, it will be the first time Game Pass subscribers can enjoy brand new Microsoft published game the day it launches at retail. The new feature, which Xbox announced last month, means any game Microsoft publishes from now on (such as State of Decay 2 or Crackdown 3) will be added to Game Pass as soon as it releases.

Along with Sea of Thieves coming to Game Pass on March 20, subscribers can enjoy the other seven new Game Pass titles on March 1. The full March lineup includes: Rise of the Tomb Raider, Super Lucky’s Tale, Resident Evil Revelations 2, Oxenfree, Sonic CD, The Final Station, Euro Fishing and Sea of Thieves.

In addition to the growing library of titles subscribers can download, Xbox Game Pass also grants 20 percent off Xbox One games currently featured in Game Pass and 10 percent off Game Pass title’s add-ons. PC players can also enjoy a select number of Game Pass games so long as they’re Xbox Play Anywhere titles like Sea of Thieves, Gears of War 4 or Halo Wars 2. Not every Play Anywhere title is in Game Pass and not every Game Pass game is Play Anywhere, so be mindful of that if you’re a PC owner looking to subscribe. The full library of Game Pass titles can be found on the Xbox website.

What do you think of March’s Game Pass additions? Does the service seem worth the price of admission? Are you more likely to try Sea of Thieves now that it’s included in Game Pass? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter.

Source: Major Nelson

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