Do you spend more time planning a boot than actually playing? Here are three titles that should (re)discovered in April thanks to Xbox Game Pass.
Fallen Order is a game that resembles Star War Jedi.(Via EA Play)
Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox Series XS, and PC e Cloud Dimensions: 57,26 GB
The sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which was adored by critics, gamers, and Star Wars fans, will be released on April 28.
Fallen Order is a story-action game about Cal Lasteda Padawan, who survived the Order 66 purge in the film Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The well-crafted gameplay, which combines the finest achievements of the modern action genre, make it a must-have title for any gamer.
Monster Hunter is on the rise.
Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC e Cloud Dimensions: 27,1 GB
Sunbreak, the massive expansion of Monster Hunter Rise, is on April 28 as the perfect excuse to restore the base game, which we did not hesitate to label as the best hunting game ever.
Monster Hunter Rise is packed with old and new monsters from the anthology, as well as new gameplay innovations that perfectly reflect the series' name, including the Wire Bugs, which can be used to fly in mid-air and take command of monsters, and the new Canyne companions, which allow you to enter an expansive game world steeped in oriental legend.
Tokyo's Ghostwire is a Japanese shambles.
Xbox Series X|S, PC e Cloud Dimensions: 26 GB
Ghostwire Tokyo is a first-person supernatural action/adventure developed by Tango Gameworks, the same company that thrilled all subscribers with the surprise Hi-Fi Rush earlier this year.
Ghostwire Tokyo will provide an opportunity to strike an upgradable elemental ability and ghost-hunting abilities while admiring some of the city's most famous landmarks, such as the Shibuya bridge and the Tokyo Tower.