If you didn’t know, Microsoft recently began an initiative which would release all first-party Xbox One games as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription. The pass works similar to Sony’s PS Plus except that it offers a massive library which constantly gets updated, as a pose to a set of monthly games. Because Sea of Thieves is a first party game, the title instantly landed on the Xbox Game Pass subscription – unfortunately, the game didn’t perform as a well as it should have on the subscription model.
Looks like DICE is doing Battlefield 1 fans a solid, if you own either an Xbox One or a PC, the They Shall Not Pass DLC will be free for two weeks. What makes this a little bit different from the usual ‘free content periods’ is that the DLC won’t be timed, head on to Origin or Xbox Live and add it to your cart, it’s yours forever.
Rare has just released a brand new patch for their open-world adventure title Sea of Thieves. Coming in patch 1.0.6, players can expect new content additions to the game (mainly cosmetics) , loads of balance and bug fixes and a new weapon.
Alongside the launch of season 4, Epic Games has just released the latest patch for their massively successful third-person shooter, Fortnite.
Campo Santano’s first person, narrative-based title is running at a massive discount over on the Microsoft Store.
Keen to give Undead Labs upcoming zombie title a spin? Sign up for the Beta and you may get a chance to test out the game before it goes live 22 May 2018. To sign up, head on over to the game’s website, here, sign up for an account (if you are on Xbox Live, you’ll need a gold membership) and you should receive a confirmations email.