Pac-Man Museum+ dated for May 27 & comes to Xbox Game Pass on Day One

Pac-Man Museum+ dated for May 27 & comes to Xbox Game Pass on Day One
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

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Bandai Namco has given a May 27 release date to its retro collection Pac-Man Museum+.

In case you missed the original announcement back in November, the collection includes 14 classic Pac-Man titles. They range from the obvious like the original game and Pac-Man Championship Edition but also rare ones from the pellet-muncher’s back catalogue. There’s also obscure titles like Pac Motos and puzzle spin-0ff Pac Attack!

Rather than just present you with a menu, the wrapping for this collection sees you in a literal arcade. You’ll get to navigate this 3D space as the yellow hero, and design it how you want. Playing the games will earn you tokens and coins, which you can then use on objects to decorate your arcade. You’ll choose the layout, decorations and even floor and wall patterns. You’ll also be able to collect special Pac-Man statues to show off your Pac-prowess. Finally, you’ll also be able to listen to music tracks from across the series in the game’s jukebox.

The trailer also confirms that the collection will be available from day one via Xbox Game Pass. It’ll also support Xbox Play Anywhere, meaning your data and scores will persist across Xbox and PC. Pac-Man Museum+ arrives on May 27 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. It’s also playable via backwards compatibility with Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.