The Surge 2 and Bleeding Edge Will Soon Be Available On Xbox Game Pass

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Xbox Game Pass's massive library is increasing even more. The subscription service will soon get four new games. The games that will be joining the list are The Surge 2, Bleeding Edge, Astrologaster and Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. The titles are expected to drop soon, but no official date has been announced.

The Surge 2 is probably the most important game here. It is an action role-playing video game that acts as a sequel to the original The Surge. The game is developed by Deck13 Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive. The Surge 2 may not be as critically acclaimed as other major releases, but it did receive some positive reception, especially for its combat.

Bleeding Edge is another important title. It is developed by Ninja Theory, the same development team behind the critically acclaimed Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice. The development company is owned by Microsoft, so it’s no surprise that their game will be a part of Xbox Game Pass. Bleeding Edge will also get a complete launch on March 24.

Another gaming coming to the Game Pass is the Astrologaster. It is an indie video game that was developed and self-published by Nyamnyam. The game was initially launched on May 2 and received positive reception from fans.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is also making its way to the Pass. It is a fighting game (like Tekken or DoA), but with Power Rangers. Yep, I know, sounds cool. The game is developed and published by nWay Games, and received positive reception from fans. Currently, Battle for the Grid sits at 9/10 on Steam.

Unfortunately, Xbox Game Pass will also lose some games. A total of six games will not be available on the pass “soon”, so we recommend that you play them ASAP.

  • Battle Chef Brigade
  • Cities: Skylines
  • Kingsway
  • Operencia: The Stolen Sun
  • Orwell
  • Vampyr

So what do you think? Are you interested in these upcoming titles? Which game do you want to see on Xbox Game Pass in the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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