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Just Cause 4 Added to Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft has continued to expand their catalogue of games available through their Xbox Game Pass program by adding a new batch of titles to the subscription service, including Just Cause 4.

As of today, Microsoft has added Just Cause 4 and LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes to their Xbox Game Pass, both of which can be downloaded and played right now.

More titles are also on their way to the Xbox Game Pass, with F1 2018 and Fallout 4 being added on March 14th. Fallout 4 was previously included in the Game Pass but was removed shortly before the release of Fallout 76.

While the Xbox Game Pass has proven to be a popular choice amongst Xbox Gamers, it has normally featured first-party games from Microsoft, with third-party games being added to the service sometime after their original release. Games that have tended to struggle on launch have also found themselves added to the service quicker than most, with Shadow of the Tomb Raider being one such example and now Just Cause 4, which failed to meet expectations when it released at the start of December 2018.

Adding Just Cause 4 just a few months after it first released is a sign of Microsoft’s intent to make the subscription service more appealing and attractive to gamers.

Some of the games you can enjoy right now for a monthly subscription fee of £7.99 include Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2, Forza Horizon 4, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 and, of course, Just Cause 4.

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