It appears that late January’s offerings on Xbox Game Pass have leaked a little earlier than planned.
That’s thanks to an image hosted on the Xbox Wire found by Video Games Chronicle. It reveals the full list of games expected over the next couple of weeks, although we’re missing exact dates until the official announcement.
First up is Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition, with the game arriving on Xbox consoles for the first time alongside PC and Cloud today. There’s also Death’s Door and Nobody Saves the World, the latter of which was previously confirmed for Xbox Game Pass on January 18 earlier this month.
The previously-announced Hitman Trilogy brings together the World of Assassination Trilogy under one banner on January 20. Dog snapping game Pupperazzi arrives on the same day and both games will arrive on Cloud, Console and PC. Rainbow Six Extraction is probably the biggest hitter, launching the same day alongside Rainbow Six Siege for PC.
January 20 is very busy it seems, as Windjammers 2 was already announced for then as well. Finally though is perhaps the biggest surprise of the lot, as rhythm drum game Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! will be available on Cloud and PC. Though immensely popular in Japan, we’ve not seen much of the series over here outside of the Nintendo Switch.
Update 17:30: Here’s the official Xbox Wire post for late January’s Xbox Game Pass announcements. Death’s Door arrives January 20, Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master arrives January 27. Leaving on January 27 are Cyber Shadow, Nowhere Prophet, Prison Architect and Xeno Crisis.