Microsoft has announced the next batch of games that are coming to Xbox Game Pass.
Microsoft has announced the next batch of games that are coming to Xbox Game Pass, which also includes the Hitman Trilogy with cloud support. Microsoft’s ambitions in the gaming space continue to grow, and since the company has bought Activision Blizzard in a huge deal it will surely benefit Xbox Game Pass.
Besides, Microsoft has also announced the next few games that will hit the Xbox Game Pass, with the biggest name being Hitman Trilogy which is now live on all platforms, including xCloud streaming. Other cloud-compatible Xbox Game Pass games are:
All of these games can now be enjoyed on Xbox Game Pass.
Following Xbox and Stadia, Nvidia’s GeForce Now and Amazon Luna have also expanded their libraries recently with Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Extraction. Players will have to purchase the game through Ubisoft Connect to play on GeForce Now, or with Ubisoft+ on Amazon Luna.
Besides, Amazon Luna has also added Control: Ultimate Edition to its Luna+ subscription this week. Control was already available on the platform, but now players will get access to Control’s upgraded version.
Speaking of Hitman, the game is also compatible with PlayStation VR on the PS4, with support for PS5 through backward compatibility. Unlike its predecessor, Hitman 3 doesn’t feature a multiplayer mode. Sniper Assassin will be a single-player, and Ghost Mode being removed completely from Hitman 3.