Square Enix’s acclaimed Octopath Traveler, launched in Converts 2018, according to an announcement from Microsoft, will be available on console, PC, and Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate-Participants.
Surprisingly quiet reigned around Octopath’s release, but despite this, the game managed to capture and surprise many players. The game has been available on PC since June 2019, but there were no signs that this JPG turn-based game was arriving on Xbox consoles.
Of course, Octopath Traveler isn’t the only game coming to Xbox Game Pass, which was recently added 20 Bethesda matches To celebrate the multi-billion dollar acquisition of ZeniMax Media’s parent company.
Subscribers have another game from Square Enix to look forward to, and it’s the upcoming shooter game Outriders. The game will be released on April 1 on Xbox Game Pass and can be played on console and via the cloud on Android phones and tablets.
Here is a list of the other 10 addresses that subscribers expect to see during the remainder of March:
- Undertale (Cloud, Console, and PC) – Available now
- Empire of Sin (Cloud, Console, PC) – March 18
- Nair: Automata (PC) – March 18
- Star Wars: Swarms (console) – March 18
- Torchlight 3 (PC) – March 18
- Genesis Noir (Console and PC) – March 25
- Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition (PC) – March 25
- Sobraland (PC) – March 25
- Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Cloud, Console, and PC) – March 25
- Narita Boy (Cloud, Console, and PC) – March 30th
It’s already been an intense week of Xbox news, with Microsoft adding an FPS Boost feature that can in some cases quadruple the game’s frame rate. Xbox Xbox X. And the Xbox S. This applies to addresses like Fallout 4And the Fallout 76, Prey, Dishonored: A specific edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition.
These games originally ran at 30 frames per second on Xbox One, but they will now be able to get up to 60 frames per second to deliver a softer and more responsive experience overall.
Microsoft has also provided an Xbox Wireless Headset. In our tests, we were so touched by Microsoft gaming headsets and even thought they deserved our Editor’s Choice Award.