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Guardians of the Galaxy, Others Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft announced today the March additions to the Xbox Game Pass lineup. The headliner is Guardians of the Galaxy, available for Cloud, Console, and PC on March 10th. Developed by Eidos-Montreal and originally released back in October, the game was met with rave reviews.

Guardians of the Galaxy, Others Coming to Xbox Game Pass
Photo Credit: Square Enix

In total, seven titles will be joining the Xbox Game Pass lineup. Some of which are available as soon as today.

Furthermore, Microsoft also announced the games leaving Game Pass on March 15th. In total, there are four of them. Updates to both the Xbox Game Pass app and No Man’s Sky were also announced.

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The breakdown of games, updates, and news are listed below.

Available March 1st

Far: Changing Tides (Cloud, Console, PC)

Microsoft Flight Simulator (Cloud)

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Available March 3rd

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Console and PC)

Available March 10th

Kentucky Route Zero (Cloud, Console, PC)

Lawn Mowing Simulator (Xbox One)

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Cloud, Console, PC)

Young Souls (Cloud, Console, PC)

Games Leaving March 15th

All good things must come to an end, sadly. Here are the titles leaving the service as of March 15th:

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Nier: Automata (Cloud, Console, PC)

Phogs! (Cloud, Console, PC)

Torchlight III (Cloud, Console, PC)

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The Surge 2 (Cloud, Console, PC)

Updates

The Xbox App on PC has received an update based on feedback from the Xbox Insider program. People can now choose which folder their games install to, mod more games, and have received access to files for select games that have been installed.

On the game front, No Man’s Sky’s Sentinel Update is available now on Xbox Game Pass. It delivers an overhaul of weapons, new lore and narrative, and the ability to adopt and reprogram your own AI drone.

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Those are your Xbox Game Pass updates for March 2022. What do you think?

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Written by Jake Valentine

I am the Editor-In-Chief of BossLevelGamer. I'm also a lover of video games, food, and beer.

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