Microsoft has shown that it is not playing games when it comes to Xbox Game Pass, no pun intended.
This month alone we have seen Outriders launch on the platform and it was recently confirmed that MLB: The Show 21, a former PlayStation exclusive, would be launching on Game Pass later this month.
Here is the latest Xbox news for today.
Coming Soon To Xbox Game Pass
As mentioned in the intro, Microsoft is not messing around when it comes to Xbox Game Pass.
The latest Game Pass games have been announced, including one of the top games in the world now playable on mobile via xCloud.
The highlights of this list are definitely MLB: The Show 21 and GTA V.
It is also worth noting that Zombie Army 4 has just been added to PS Plus and now is coming to Game Pass too.
MLB: The Show 21 was recently confirmed to be coming to Game Pass.
The previously PlayStation exclusive will now be available on Xbox Game Pass on day one when it launches on April 20th, a huge power play by Microsoft.
GTA V is still one of the top games in the world, despite releasing all the way back in 2013.
Now it is returning to Game Pass, and will even be playable on mobile via the xCloud platform, allowing for the game to be streamed over the internet.
It also looks like GTA Online will also be playable on xCloud, allowing players to build their criminal empire on the go.
Enlisted Now Free To Play
The closed beta for Enlisted is now over and the game has become available to all players for free.
Enlisted is a squad-based first-person MMO shooter covering key battles from World War II.
"The game carefully recreates weapons, military vehicles and the atmosphere of that era, while demonstrating really massive clashes of numerous soldiers, tanks and aircraft with artillery and naval support.
At first, players will be able to fight in the “Battle for Moscow” campaign that recreates the heavy clashes between German and Soviet troops in the outskirts of the Russian capital and the “Normandy Invasion” covering D-Day landing and following battles.
There are more campaigns already in development including the “Battle for Berlin” and others."