Xbox Game Pass Games for April (2019) are Some of Its Best

Monster Hunter: World and Prey Highlight Upcoming Additions to Xbox Game Pass

And among them, there are loud hits.

The new additions will begin tomorrow, Thursday 11th April, when both Prey and The Golf Club 2 will be added to the service.

Microsoft has announced (via XBA) a slew of fresh Xbox Game Pass helpings for April, including Capcom's 2018 heavy hitter, Monster Hunter World.

Finally, the day following the introduction of Life Is Strange 2: Episode 2, Resident Evil 5 will join the Xbox Game Pass on Thursday 25th April. Monster Hunter especially is sort of a game for first-timers to take a chance on, and that's largely what Xbox Game Pass is all about. So, yeah, if you've been wondering what all the fuss around Monster Hunter World is about, but were reluctant to purchase the game, you can check it out this way. You don't need an Xbox Live Gold membership for it either, though that would help unlock online multiplayer mode in a variety of its games.

Outside of the big two, we also have Life is unusual 2: Episode 2 and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, which is handy if you're not caught up with the best narrative adventure games on the market right now.

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With Life is odd 2, developer Dontnod continues its emotional brand of storytelling.

The Golf Club 2 is one of the better golf sims on the platform.

This is the price of a three month Xbox Game Pass subscription, so with the deal, you're getting an extra three months for free. Unbelievably, Resident Evil 5 first released all the way back in 2009 on the previous generation of consoles, and features Chris Redfield and his new partner Sheva Alomar heading to Africa investigate an outbreak. If you end your subscription service, you will also terminate your access to any games you've played, even if you have them downloaded to your system.

There's more in store this month.

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