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Xbox gamers getting one of gaming's best trilogies for free

Xbox gamers getting one of gaming's best trilogies for free

Xbox Game Pass is set to get a sparkling new addition this month, one you won't want to miss

Xbox fans could be getting an incredible gaming trilogy added to their Xbox Game Pass subscriptions this month, and it’s one you should definitely check out.

Xbox, or more so Microsoft, have been hounded this month for its despicable closure of multiple game studios, one of which being the studio behind the critically-acclaimed Hi-Fi Rush.

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It was reportedly done in an effort to keep the overall business healthy, though whether you believe that or not is up to you.

Another way of keeping numbers up is reportedly getting more Activision-Blizzard games on Xbox Game Pass following the finalisation of the merger last year. The first game to make its way across was Diablo IV.

It seems Xbox plans to slowly trickle more Activision-Blizzard games onto Xbox Game Pass as time goes on, eventually culminating, hopefully, in the Call Of Duty games being added to the service.

However the next game to join the subscription will supposedly be a certified banger, Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy.

The N-Sane Trilogy is a remaster of the first three Crash-Bandicoot games, first released on the original PlayStation back in the late ‘90s.

The remaster boasts a gorgeous new art style, along with some bonus content sprinkled in but keeping true to the original gameplay.

Recently the game’s Microsoft Store page was updated for PC, which is reportedly a sign the game will join Xbox Game Pass as a similar pattern has been seen in past additions to the service.

Of course it would make sense since Crash Bandicoot, and Spyro The Dragon, are now both official Xbox IPs, and Xbox head Phil Spencer has expressed interest in crafting new games for their respective series.

So keep an eye out on the official Xbox social media channels, as it seems Crash Bandicoot will make his Game Pass debut later this month, hopefully anyway.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft