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All the Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass in January 2022, Including Mass Effect

Xbox Game Pass in January 2022
Xbox Game Pass in January 2022 Credits: Microsoft

Xbox Game Pass in January 2022: It’s a whole new year and a whole new month which means only one thing, tons of new games are coming Xbox game pass. If you’re a PC and Xbox gamer, you already know Xbox Game Pass is the most economical way to access thousands of games for a minimal price.  Currently, you can get the Xbox game pass for an effective price of only $1 for 3 months. At present, the Xbox Game Pass boasts a star-studded roaster of games like:

  • Forza Horizon 5
  • Sea of thieves
  • It takes two
  • Halo Infinite
  • Control
  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Alien isolation

And hundreds of other games. Additionally, you get heavy discounts on titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, Assasins Creed Valhalla, Far cry 6, Resident Evil Village, and more exciting games.

Mass Efect
Xbox Game Pass in January 2022 Credits: EA

What’s Coming to the Game Pass in January 2022?

The Highlight for this month is that Microsoft will add Mass Effect Legendary Edition, along with 7 other titles to the Free games library. Here’s a complete list of the titles:

Already available, added on January 4th

  • Gorogoa – console, PC, cloud
  • Olija – console, PC, cloud
  • The Pedestrian – console, PC, cloud

January 6

  • Mass Effect: Legendary Edition – console, PC
  • Embr – console, PC, cloud
  • Outer Wilds – console, PC, cloud

January 13

  • Spelunky 2 – console, PC
  • The Anacrusis – console, PC

Which titles are leaving the Xbox Game Pass in January 2022?

Other than adding titles, Microsoft also removes certain games from its library. This month it will be removing 7 titles on January 15th. This list includes:

It’s also worth noting that Microsoft has rebranded the PC version of its subscription service PC game pass. The move comes into play to avoid confusion as  Xbox Game Pass is a separate plan from now on with a different library of games. This is because many games on the PC Games Pass aren’t playable on Console.

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