Starting today, subscribers will be able to try their hand at Loot River via the cloud, on consoles and PC. This roguelike dungeon crawler combines “intense real-time combat with space travel” and players will be able to explore “procedurally generated mazes” while casting spells and fighting the “abominations” of the world.
Then on May 5, users will be able to immerse themselves in the black and white landscapes of Trek to Yomi (cloud, console and PC) as well as Citizen Sleeper (cloud, console and PC).
Interested in learning more about Trek to Yomi? Well, let me introduce it to you quickly. In Trek to Yomi, set in Japan during the Edo period, players take on the role of a young warrior named Hiroki. Hiroki will have to face the “forces of evil” as he tries to redeem himself for failing to protect his village from a brutal attack.
Then, on May 10, other new features will be added to Game Pass, namely Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition (cloud, console and PC), Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising (cloud, console and PC), and This War of My: Final Cut (cloud, console and PC).
Finally, on May 12th, players will be able to find a new way to break the ice thanks to the arrival of NHL 22 Hockey Simulator (console only).
Like every month, when new games appear on the service, others should say goodbye to us.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition (cloud and console) will leave Game Pass on May 10th.
Then, on May 15, the following games will also leave the service:
- Log in to The Gungeon (cloud, console and PC)
- Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (Console and PC)
- Remnant: From the Ashes (cloud, console and PC)
- Steep (cloud and console)
- The Catch: Carp and Coarse (cloud, console and PC)
- Wild at Heart (Cloud, Console & PC)