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Xbox's latest freebie is one of the best-looking games we've ever seen

Xbox's latest freebie is one of the best-looking games we've ever seen

Xbox Game Pass' latest upcoming addition is one you won't want to miss.

Hear ye, hear ye, a fresh batch of games is coming to Xbox Game Pass this month one of which is the day one release of a highly-anticipated title.

When it comes to day one releases, Xbox Game Pass is a champion of delivering the latest games directly into your library, and this month things are no different.

Check out Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II below

Joining your library this month is Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, the sequel to the critically-acclaimed first game that gave players a gameplay experience like no other.

It tackled mental health in a way that other AAA titles haven’t, so it’s only natural the story would be continued with a sequel.

Surprisingly though the upcoming game has had little to no marketing to build up the hype for its release, leading to speculation that the sequel will fail to live up to expectations and under perform.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II will join your Xbox Game Pass library on 21 May.

That’s not the only game being added to the subscription service though, there are plenty more where that came from.

Also joining the service is Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Chants of Sennaar, EA Sports NHL 24, Immortals of Aveum, Galacticare, Hauntii, Moving Out 2, Humanity, Lords of the Fallen Firework, and Rolling Hills.

All of the above titles will available for Xbox and PC platforms and will be released over the course of the month.

Personally recommendations for me would be Immortals of Aveum, a magical first-person shooter with some of the best looking spells in gaming, Chants of Sennaar which is an intriguing puzzle game, and Lords of the Fallen, a title worth trying for soulslike fans.

It’s a good month for Xbox Game Pass, and I’m sure many fans can’t wait to try all the new additions.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

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