Assassin’s Creed Origins confirmed for Xbox Game Pass in the next two months

Assassin’s Creed Origins confirmed for Xbox Game Pass in the next two months
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Xbox has confirmed that 2017’s Assassin’s Creed Origins will be heading to Xbox Game Pass ‘in the next two months’.

The reveal was made in the announcement of the games coming to the service for the remainder of April. While the 8-scoring Ancient Egyptian adventure won’t be in that batch, Xbox has declared it’s made a deal with Ubisoft to bring the game to the service by the end of June. It won’t be the only Ubisoft addition either, with For Honor: Marching Fire Edition also promised in the same timeframe.

Meanwhile, from today Xbox Game Pass Ultimate owners can access F1 2021 & Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered via the Cloud. Meanwhile, the intriguingly-named Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is also available via Cloud, Console and PC as of now. Then, from April 26 open world zombie survival horror 7 Days to Die arrives on Cloud, Console and PC. Also on April 26 sees the arrival of turn-based action game Research and Destroy on Cloud and PC.

April 28 will herald the debut of Bugsnax on Xbox consoles for the first time. Complete with The Isle of BigSnax expansion, the whimsical adventure is also available via Cloud and PC. Finally, action RPG Souled launches Day One on the Xbox Game Pass service on the same day. Hopefully that lot should make the wait for Assassin’s Creed Origins on Xbox Game Pass feel a little shorter.

As always, there’s a selection of games leaving Xbox Game Pass at the end of the month. You’ve got until April 30 to try Cricket 19, Outlast 2, Secret Neighbour and Streets of Rage 4. That last one’s a little timely, given today’s news of the upcoming movie adaption. As ever, you can find further details like perks and more on the Xbox Wire.