Microsoft has announced its next list of Xbox Game Pass games coming to the service in the coming weeks. As part of the announcement, it also announced that Xbox has extended its deal with Ubisoft to bring more of its library to Game Pass. This will include the addition of Assassin’s Creed Origins and For Honor.
Assassin’s Creed Origins will join the Xbox Game Pass library on console and cloud service, as well as on PC via the Ubisoft Connect app. For Honor will be updated to Marching Fire Edition on console and cloud service, and Marching Fire Edition will be available on PC via the Ubisoft Connect app. Both games will be available sometime in the next two months.
Ubisoft announced the partnership with Microsoft for Game Pass in January, along with the reveal that Rainbow Six Extraction would be a day one launch on the service. Assassin’s Creed Origins and For Honor are older compared to their first day of extraction release, but this shows that the partnership is still ongoing. This is separate from Ubisoft’s own Ubisoft+ service, which offers day one releases of all their games for a separate subscription price.
Meanwhile, new Xbox Game Pass games for the remainder of April include Bugsnax, racing games F1 2021 and Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, 7 Days To Die and Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion.
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