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Xbox has revealed the first batch of games arriving for the month of March on Xbox Game Pass for subscribers of the service.
As always, there’s a mixture of games launching straight into the service, along with a fairly big name from Square Enix. Things kick off today with the launch of FAR: Changing Tides. You’ll explore a submerged post-apocalyptic world and solve a series of puzzles as you navigate your journey on Cloud, Console and PC. Today also sees Microsoft Flight Simulator arrive, aptly, on the Cloud version of the service which should save a few GB of hard drive space.
This Thursday, March 3 will see another Final Fantasy game join the service. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is the third and final chapter of the Lightning arc that makes up the FF13 trilogy of games. It’ll be available on console and PC, and you can read our review of the game, sometimes referred to as Final Fantasy XIII-3, over here.
March 10 sees probably the heaviest hitter of the next two weeks, as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy arrives on the service. It’ll be joined on the same day by Kentucky Route Zero, with both games available on Cloud, Console and PC. There’s also the belated launch of Lawn Mowing Simulator for the Xbox One. Finally, RPG Young Souls arrives as a day one launch on Cloud, Console and PC.
Four games leave the service in the middle of the month. You’ve got until March 15 to play NieR: Automata, Phogs!, Torchlight III and The Surge 2. As always, you can check out this month’s perks and more on the Xbox Wire.
— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) March 1, 2022