Earlier during December 2021, Microsoft confirmed 31 titles headed to Xbox Game Pass on Day One in 2022. To recall, the Game Pass subscription service launched back in 2017. Since then it’s been considered a “great deal in gaming”. Plus, this time it looks like the list this time’s pretty wild so far. With this year’s incredible offering, it seems 2022 could prove an even more momentous year for the service.
Now, Microsoft has just updated the list of games set to arrive in January 2022. Rainbow Six Extraction will be available as a day one release on January 20, 2022. Meanwhile, Danganroppa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Nobody Saves the World are now available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Meanwhile, titles like Hitman Trilogy, Death’s Door, and Windjammers are making their way to the Game Pass later this month.
Here is a list of games headed to the Game Pass:
January 20, 2022
- Death’s Door — Cloud, console, and PC
- Hitman Trilogy — Cloud, console, and PC
- Pupperazzi — Cloud, console, and PC (Day one access)
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction — Cloud, console, and PC (Day one access)
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: Deluxe Edition — PC
- Windjammers 2 — Cloud, console, and PC (Day one access)
January 27, 2022
Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master — Cloud, console, and PC (Day one access)
However, please note that some games will also be leaving the Xbox Game Pass roster. Because a new one gets added every month. Gamers can use their membership to pick up these titles at a 20 per cent discount before they leave the Game Pass library.
These are the games leaving the Xbox Game Pass on January 31:
Cyber Shadow — Cloud, console, and PC
Nowhere Prophet — Cloud, console, and PC
Prison Architect — PC
Xeno Crisis — Cloud, console, and PC
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