Bleeding Edge, Ace Combat 7, The Surge 2 and More Heading to Xbox Game Pass Soon

Bleeding Edge, Ace Combat 7, The Surge 2 and More Heading to Xbox Game Pass Soon

Xbox Game Pass welcomes 6 new games on Xbox One and PC including Ninja Theory’s upcoming Bleeding Edge.

Just a few hours ago, the Xbox Game Pass official Twitter account revealed the upcoming titles to the service on Xbox One and PC. This time around, six new games will be added to the Xbox Game Pass library including Bleeding Edge, Kona, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, The Surge 2, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, and Astrologaster.

Starting with Bleeding Edge, Ninja Theory’s anticipated 4v4 online multiplayer title will be available for all Xbox Game Pass subscribers on Xbox One and PC on March 24. Microsoft hosted a closed beta later last week for Bleeding Edge which made us familiar with the overall experience awaiting in the game. You can check out our hands-on preview of Bleeding Edge if you need to learn more about its gameplay features.

In addition to Bleeding Edge, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid and The Surge 2 are the other games that will be available on both platforms of Xbox Game Pass. While the former is a poorly received fighting adaption of Power Rangers comics, the latter is a futuristic souls-like third-person action and a worthy sequel to the original game with some significant improvements.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is another worthy addition to the service that you probably don’t want to miss. The game was originally launched earlier last year and is being considered as the first and probably the last current-gen entry of the Ace Combat series. With an engaging campaign and various multiplayer modes, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown will only be available for Xbox One subscribers of XGP.

As usual, there are indie games coming to the service as well. The first to announce is Kona which will be hitting the Game Pass library on Xbox One. As a detective in 1970, you will start investigating a strange village while dealing with some surreal situations.

On the other hand, PC subscribers of the service will be getting Astrologaster. A comedy adventure game set in Shakespeare’s London in which you should save people’s life by astrology as a doctor.

It’s yet to be revealed that when the aforementioned games will be available on Xbox Game Pass, expect for Bleeding Edge that will be dropped on March 24th.