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New titles arrive on Xbox Game Pass from today

Microsoft has announced its latest additions to the ever-growing Xbox Game Pass.

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Microsoft has announced its latest additions to the ever-growing Xbox Game Pass. Snow Runner and Slime Rancher head the latest line-up, which will arrive over the next couple of weeks.

Snow Runner will be available from today, just in time for its second year of post-launch support.

Following that, Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, Peggle 2, Secret Neighbor (PC) and The Wild at Heart, all of which arrive on May 20.

Fishing simulator The Catch: Carp & Coarse Fishing is sure to hook you when it casts its way onto Xbox Game Pass on May 21. At the same time, Knockout City lands thanks to the recent Game Pass addition of EA Play.

Former PS Plus title Maneater will be available from May 25, and previously announced Conan Exiles, racer Joy Ride Turbo and Xbox original Fuzion Frenzy arrives a couple of days later on May 27.

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Additionally, on that day, MechWarrior 5 fights its way onto consoles, while Slime Rancher, Spellforce 3: Soul Harvest, and Solasta: Crown of the Magister all arrive for PC.

The latest roster of new additions means that sadly some titles will be leaving the service by the end of this month. Among those are Broforce, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 Remix, Assetto Corsa, Surviving Mars and Void Bastards. 


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The most passionate casual gamer about, Aaron is a filmmaking graduate, Premiere Pro aficionado, and film and gaming journalist hailing from the windy realms of Scotland. He loves to split his time between writing articles, hosting his film podcast, producing some top-notch video content and building up a backlog of games he’ll probably never complete.

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