New Xbox One games will be available download this week that can be played via the Game Pass.
For those gamers with an Xbox One and access to the XGP, you will be able to add five new titles to your console this month.
And with the current deal of being able to get your first month of subscription for just $1 available, it can make for a pretty tempting prospect.
To grab them all, you will need to have an active subscription to both the Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold until the end of March.
Microsoft made the big announcement on their official Xbox Wire site, revealing the full list of new titles coming to the digital vault.
For those that don’t know, Xbox Game Pass is an extra subscription offered by Microsoft that allows fans to download and play any title from a select list.
This digital library is open to anyone with the right subscription and all games are downloaded directly your hard drive.
This means that there is no need for a super-fast internet connection, like with Cloud Gaming services.
The first new Xbox Game Pass titles will be arriving tomorrow, March 21, and will be followed by three other before the end of the month.
The two games arriving this week is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and What Remains of Edith Finch.
What Remains of Edith Finch is an awarding-winning indie title developed by Giant Sparrow that sees gamers explore a series of strange tales connected to one family.
“A strange curse has haunted the Finch family for generations, and now all that remains is Edith and the colossal Finch home,” the description reads.
“In this intense, story-driven experience, it’s your job to look for answers by experiencing the lives and tragedies of Edith’s family on the days of their imminent deaths.”
A week later, Microsoft will be adding The Walking Dead: Michonne Telltale mini-series and Vampyr to the XGP.
The final title being released this month will be Operencia: The Stolen Sun on March 29, a dungeon-crawling RPG from ZEN Studios.
The unique thing about this title is that it is brand new and going straight into the Xbox Game Pass vault for fans to play on day one.
“Featuring an old-school turn-based battle system and classic European mythology,” the official XGP description explains.
“Explore 13 unique levels and battle over 50 enemy types as you attempt to save the kingdom from perpetual darkness.
“Xbox One is the only console where you’ll be able to play Operenica: The Stolen Sun, and it will be immediately available to Xbox Game Pass members same day of its release.”
While these will be the last games added to the Game Pass collection in March, they will be quickly followed by more in April.
Microsoft has confirmed that Minecraft will become part of the subscription service on April 4, as will Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite on April 1.