If you’re looking for updates to Xbox Game Pass, you’ve come to the right place. This week has a number of excellent releases. So, let’s talk about what’s new this week on Xbox Game Pass for consoles.
The Jackbox Party Pack 4
Looking to have a good time with friends? The Jackbox Party Pack series has been a mainstay for all kinds of silly, local multiplayer fun. Using phones or tablets as controllers, up to 16 players can join in. Game modes include the fill-in-the-blank goodness that is Fibbage 3; and an absurd debate challenge called Bracketeering.
No Game Pass? The Jackbox Party Pack 4 can be found on the Microsoft Store.
Resident Evil 7 Biohazard
Have you ever wanted to desperately fight for your life amid a rundown farmhouse of deranged cannibals? Who hasn’t! Then, look no further than Resident Evil 7 biohazard to fulfill your darkest fantasies. Since this marks a transition to first-person and enhanced graphical capabilities, this 2017 addition to the franchise allows players to view questionable pots full of meat with alarmingly vivid detail.
Resident Evil 7 Biohazard can also be found on the Microsoft Store.
Tell Me Why: Chapter 2
This week on Xbox Game Pass, continue the story of the Ronan twins with Tell Me Why: Chapter 2. This brand new release will follow the emotionally charged narrative set up in the first chapter and will be available 9/3. Since you obviously need more emotional turmoil in the time of the pandemic, give it a download.
Tell Me Why can be found on the Microsoft Store.
P.S. Check out our review of chapter one here.
Touhou Luna Nights
Game Pass gets another indie platformer in Touhou Luna Nights. This 2019 release blends Metroidvania with stunning pixel graphics. While the characters are based on Touhou Project characters, the 2D action can be enjoyed by anyone. While you may not be familiar with the original franchise, Metroid-style action is always a good diversion from real life.
Touhou Luna Nights can be found on the Microsoft Store.
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