Xbox Game Pass Gets Two More Day-One Releases In March
MLB The Show 23 and Infinite Guitars close out Xbox Game Pass in March.
Microsoft has announced that two more titles will be coming to Xbox Game Pass in March, with both of these games being day-one releases. Baseball simulator MLB The Show 23 will launch on March 28 for Xbox consoles and cloud-compatible devices, and on March 30, you can grab an axe and rock out with Infinite Guitars on Xbox consoles, PC, and cloud on March 30.
Formerly a PlayStation exclusive, this is the second year that MLB The Show will be available on its launch day on Xbox Game Pass, and if you're looking to hit the field a few days earlier, Game Pass members can get four days early access on March 24 by purchasing the Early Access Bundle.
This year's edition of MLB The Show will also be a history lesson, as it introduces the Negro Leagues to the game in a brand-new game mode, Storylines. Eight players will make up the first season of The Negro Leagues content, which has been developed in partnership with the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and the game will also be available on PS5, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
Infinite Guitars is described as a rhythm-RPG featuring vibrant anime-inspired art and an original soundtrack, and as one of the few people who can turn the tide against deadly metal war machines, you'll have to gather a party and tune your axe for the battles ahead.
Xbox Game Pass March Wave 2 Releases
- MLB The Show 23 (Cloud and console) -- March 28
- Infinite Guitars (Cloud, console, and PC) -- March 30
Beyond that, this week will see the release of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom - The Prince's Edition on console, PC, and cloud, and on April 12, supernatural adventure Ghostwire: Tokyo will officially launch on Xbox Series X|S after being a PlayStation 5 console-exclusive for the last year. The game will also be available on Game Pass for PC.
As usual you can expect several games to leave Xbox Game Pass on March 31 to make room for the new arrivals, so you only have a few days left to play Double Dragon Neon, Chinatown Detective Agency, and several other titles.
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