Xbox Game Pass: March 2020 Out Now On Xbox One And PC

The new Game Pass games include Ace Combat 7, The Surge 2, and others.

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Microsoft has detailed the new additions to Xbox Games Pass for March 2020. As always, the console and PC versions of Games Pass have slightly different lineups, which means that some of these games are available only on one version of the service. [Update: A number of the new games have arrived, including Ace Combat 7 on Xbox One. The Surge 2 is also now available on both Game Pass for Xbox One and PC.]

On the PC side, the service is adding the Shakespearean comedy Astrologaster, the beat 'em up Bleeding Edge, the unlikely fighting hit Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, and the sci-fi soulslike The Surge 2. On console, Game Pass includes the long-awaited sequel Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, the detective story Kona, and the aforementioned The Surge 2, Bleeding Edge, and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid.

Along with these new games, the service has unveiled a new Perks system that allows subscribers to the "ultimate" service to receive DLC and in-game items for free. There are also several games leaving the service, including Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on console, Battle Chef Brigade on PC, and Cities: Skylines on all platforms.

Game Pass for Xbox One

  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown -- out now
  • Kona -- out now
  • The Surge 2 -- out now
  • Bleeding Edge -- March 24
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid -- March 26

Game Pass for PC

  • Astrologaster -- coming soon
  • Bleeding Edge -- coming soon
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid -- coming soon
  • The Surge 2 -- out now
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