Sea of Thieves, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Super Lucky’s Tale are going free on Xbox Game Pass next month
March is a big month for Microsoft's Xbox One subscription service.
After the surprise announcement that all its upcoming Xbox One games would be available day and date on its Xbox Game Pass subscription service, Microsoft has sweetened the pot even further by revealing the games coming to the service next month.
Not only will March see the highly-anticipated multiplayer pirate game Sea of Thieves hit the subscription service the same day it's available in stores, the critically-acclaimed Rise of the Tomb Raider will join the Game Pass library, too. As a follow-up to 2013's Tomb Raider reboot, Rise of the Tomb Raider is a brilliant adventure that combines a strong female protagonist with dynamic combat, a gripping story and plenty of inventive tomb-raiding puzzles – something the previous game notably lacked.
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Super Lucky's Tale also makes its way to Microsoft's subscription service in March. Less than four months old, Super Lucky's Tale is a light-hearted romp that harkens back to 3D platformer of yore. It might not quite be Super Mario Odyssey, but it's still a charming adventure worth checking out.
Along with those heavy hitters, March will bring the episodic survival horror game Resident Evil Revelations 2, the supernatural adventure game Oxenfree and the train-tripping survival title The Final Station to the Xbox Game Pass catalogue. The classic Sonic CD and the quirky Euro Fishing will join the ranks, too, rounding out an impressive line-up of new games coming to the service.
If you're interested in checking out Microsoft's increasingly compelling subscription service, you can try Xbox Game Pass for free for 14 days by clicking the link below.
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