Microsoft will present the list of new games for Xbox Game Pass in April 2021. In the current month, too, the game flat rate receives individual restarts for Xbox and PC. The baseball simulation MLB The Show 21 is already available and can be played via cloud gaming as well as Xbox console. On April 22nd, Phogs will follow for PC, on April 28th the Game Preview for Second Extinction will follow on console, cloud and PC. On April 29th you will start your adventure at Destroy All Humans. RPG fans, on the other hand, get their money’s worth on April 30th, when both Fable 3 and Fable Anniversary are available about cloud gaming ready.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can also use Banjo-Kazooie, Battle Chasers: Nightwar, Killer Queen Black, Overcooked! 2, Wreckfest and Double Dragon Neon with individual Touch Control controls. In the DLC area, the world update 4 for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 and United States Civilization for Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition are now available. In the Perks area, as an Ultimate member, you are currently clearing the Excalibur Jade Bundle for Warframe.

In addition to the new content for April 2021, selected games have to leave the pass again in the current month. On April 30, Microsoft will remove Endless Legend, For the King, Moving Out and Thumper from the game flat rate. We keep the overview ready below.

Xbox Game Pass: New Games April 2021

Now Available – MLB The Show 21 (Cloud and Console)
22. April – Phogs! (PC) ID@Xbox
28. April – Second Extinction (Game Preview) (Cloud, Konsole und PC) ID@Xbox
29. April – Destroy All Humans! (Cloud, Konsole und PC)
30. April – Fable III (Cloud)
30. April – Fable Anniversary (Cloud)

Xbox Game Pass: These games will be removed

30. April – Endless Legend (PC)
30. April – For the King (Cloud, Konsole und PC)
30. April – Fractured Minds (Cloud und Konsole)
April 30th – Levelhead (Cloud, Console, and PC)
30. April – Moving Out (Cloud, Konsole und PC)
30. April – Thumper (PC)

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