The next Game Pass titles have seemingly leaked on Xbox’s website

The next titles coming to Xbox Game Pass have seemingly leaked thanks to an image hosted on Xbox’s website.

An image found on a public Microsoft server (spotted by XGP) lists several new titles that will seemingly be joining the service in the near future, as well as others will be able to be played via Xbox Cloud.

It’s currently unclear when all of the titles are planned to be added to the service. However, according to prolific leaker ‘Billbil-Kun’ on Deal Labs this morning, the games will appear starting today.

Some of the games have already joined Xbox Game Pass at the time of writing (Cricket 22 and MLB The Show 22).

(Update: Microsoft has confirmed April’s Xbox Game Pass lineup)

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The games featured on the image are:

  • Dragon Age 2 (Cloud)
  • Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (Cloud)
  • Star Wars Squadrons (Cloud)
  • Cricket 22 (Cloud, Console)
  • MLB The Show 22 (Cloud, Console)
  • Chinatown Detective Agency (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Life is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Lost in Random (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Panzercorps 2 (PC)
  • The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos (PC)

MLB The Show 22, the formerly PlayStation exclusive baseball game developed by Sony San Diego Studio will release today, April 5, 2022.

Cricket 22, which was released last year, has been added to the service.

Dragon Age 2, Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare and Star Wars: Squadrons have been part of Xbox Game Pass via EA Play for some time, but they will now be playable via Xbox Cloud streaming.

An Xbox Game Pass ‘Family Plan’ is coming soon, according to a new report.

Windows Central says its sources claim the plan will allow multiple users in one household to access the service, in a similar fashion to Spotify and Nintendo Switch Online’s family plans.

Microsoft recently revealed that it had paid developers and publishers “hundreds of millions of dollars in Game Pass license fees”.