Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Vampyr and What Remains of Edit Finch along with three other titles will join Xbox Game Pass catalogue in the next two weeks. The first addition, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, will drop tomorrow - 21 March 2019.
Xbox Game Pass owners will be happy to hear that Microsft are adding six new games to their subscription-based service. The catalogue will become richer for RPGs Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Vampyr, adventure What Remains of Edit Finch, turn-based RPG Operancia: The Stolen Sun, fighting title Marvel vs Capcom Infinite and Telltales' adventure The Walking Dead Michonne.
All these games will arrive in the next two weeks and the first two titles Xbox owners will get to play are Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and What Remains of Edit Finch, both dropping tomorrow, 21 March 2019.
Shorty after these two additions, another two games will be added to catalogue - Dontnod's action RPG Vampyr and The Walking Dead series Michonne. Both of these titles will release on the same day - 28 March 2019.
Just a day after that, on 29 March 2019, Zen Studios' first-person dungeon crawler Operancia: The Stolen Sun is getting exclusively released on Xbox One and it will be offered immediately to Game Pass subscribers.
And last but not least, on April Fools' day - 01 April 2019, superhero crossover fighter Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite will join the pack.
On top of these titles, you'll also get to choose from other, recently added games such as F1 2018, Fallout 4 and Alien: Isolation and Just Cause 4.
Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass features around 100 titles at the moment, both Xbox One and Xbox 360. It costs $9.99 per month but you can grab the first month for just $1 at the moment.
If you're planning to try it out, keep in mind that you'll also need Xbox Live Gold if you want to test yourself in multiplayer.