Microsoft updated the Xbox Game Pass library in order to include a 2021 video game that has received high reviews from critics.
Microsoft has expanded its Xbox Game Pass game selection to include a 2021-released title that received rave reviews. Microsoft began December 2022 with the unveiling of all the new Xbox Game Pass titles.
Some of the Xbox Game Pass games added in the first quarter of 2022 were day-one releases. This includes a stealth horror game Hello Neighbor 2Justin Roiland’s outrageous first-person shooter High Quality Life. However, older games were included in some of the Xbox Game Pass new titles added in the first half December 2022. This is also the case for the December 15 addition to this lineup.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers can now check out the Xbox Game Pass cloud, Xbox consoles and PC. Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan. Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan The puzzle platformer features RPG elements and stars Rainbow Billy, a long-running adventurer. The game received mostly positive reviews at the time it was released in 2021. It currently holds an overall rating of 81 according to OpenCritic.
Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan The Xbox Game Pass first half was a great success. But it remains to see if the momentum can be maintained in the second half. The holidays are just around the corner so it is possible that the Xbox Game Pass updates will slow down to the new year. Microsoft could also be trying to end Xbox Game Pass contribution with a bang. The second half of the December 2022 Xbox Game Pass games will be revealed on December 16th, or at the very least early next week.
Xbox Game Pass subscribers may be excited about the chance to play Rainbow Billy Today, they should be aware of all the games that are leaving Xbox Game Pass. After today’s announcement, Xbox Game Pass has 11 games that will be leaving the service. This includes some big-hitters such as Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age Indie favourite Firewatch. Although it is likely that another group of games will depart on December 31, they have not been officially announced as of yet.
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