Xbox Game Pass new games for March 2022 leaked: F1 2021, Norco, Weird West, and more

Xbox Game Pass is expected to get F1 2021, Weird West, Shredders, and more in the coming weeks.

Highlights
  • A prominent leaker has revealed upcoming games for Xbox Game Pass.
  • Xbox Game Pass is expected to get F1 2021, Weird West, Shredders, and more.
  • Microsoft will officially announce the next wave of Xbox Game Pass titles for March 2022 in the coming days.

Microsoft has recently announced the first wave of Xbox Game Pass titles for March 2022, which include Guardians of the Galaxy, Far: Changing Tides, Kentucky Route Zero, and more. The tech and gaming giant is expected to reveal the next wave of Game Pass titles for March in the coming days. However, Dealabs user Billbil-Kun has gone ahead and leaked upcoming games coming to the Xbox Game Pass library soon. The leaker had previously accurately predicted PS Plus and Xbox Game Pass games, as well as free games during Epic Games Store’s Christmas giveaway.

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Xbox Game Pass new games for March 2022 (expected)

According to Billbil-Kun, Xbox Game Pass will get the following games:

Xbox Game Pass
  • F1 2021
  • The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk
  • Weird West
  • Shredders
  • Zero Escape: The Nonary Games
  • Norco

The exact date for these games hasn’t been revealed yet, but they are expected to be added to the Xbox Game Pass library in the coming weeks. Microsoft is expected to announce more specific details such as the arrival date and platforms for the new Xbox Game Pass games soon. Subscribers can also expect new Game Pass Ultimate perks that offer in-game bundles for various popular multiplayer games. Besides these, some titles are likely to leave the Xbox Game Pass library on March 31st. We don’t know which titles are these yet.

In related news, to compete with a successful service like Xbox Game Pass, Sony is planning to add premium tiers to PlayStation Plus. Codenamed Spartacus, PS Plus is expected to get a library of hundreds of older games, new monthly games, game streaming, and game trials, based on the tier you pick. Sony hasn’t officially announced the tiers and pricing for PS Plus yet, but it has apparently begun testing the service. If everything goes well, Sony is expected to announce more details about PS Plus in the coming weeks.