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Wolfenstein 2 Heading to Xbox Game Pass

Microsoft has just announced a number of new titles that will be available to play later this month as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription.

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is arguably one of the standout games this month and will be available to download for Xbox Game Pass subscribers from May 2nd. Released at the end of 2017, Wolfenstein 2 sees players reprise the role of William “B.J.” Blazkowicz as he and the rest of his resistance fighters attempt to liberate the USA from Nazi occupation.

Wargroove will also be available on May 2nd, and from May 9th three more games will be added to the subscription service in the form of Surviving Mars, Tacoma and Black Desert. For the King is available from May 10th, with two more games being added on May 16th. These two games are The Surge and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.

You can grab a monthly Xbox Game Pass subscription for £7.99, which will grant you unlimited access to all the games listed above, plus over a hundred more games currently offered as part of the plan, including titles such as Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2 and Forza Horizon 4.

Microsoft has also unveiled plans to bundle Xbox Live Gold and the Xbox Game Pass together in a service known as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which will cost £10.99 a month. The plan is being rolled out to a select few Xbox Insider members and is expected to fully release later this year.

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