Details of the games coming to the Xbox One Games Store between 20 –24 March, 2017.
There are six games coming to the Xbox One games store this week. All eyes are on Mass Effect Andromeda, of course. The game has a lot to live up to and early impressions haven’t been overwhelming positive. As we said in our round-up of this week’s PlayStation releases, we remain hopeful that BioWare will make up for any technical shortcomings with an engaging story and memorable characters. If you are an EA Access subscriber you can still play a sample of the game’s early missions.
If you kept hold of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2 you can pick up some new DLC as part of the game’s season pass, or as a standalone download. Human Condition features five hours of new content including three DedSec missions, new tools and some new co-op challenges.
Our Xbox One indie pick is Troll and I, an adventure story that reminds us of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.
Here’s the full lineup:
Xbox One Game Store releases for 20–24 March, 2017
Tuesday 21 March, 2017
- Mass Effect: Andromeda
- Troll & I
Wednesday 22 March, 2017
- This is the Police
Thursday 23 March, 2017
- Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey
- Watch Dogs 2: Human Conditions
Friday 24 March, 2017
- 88 Heroes
- Worlds of Magic: Planar Conquest
Find out which games are coming to the PlayStation Store, and check back on Monday for the latest Nintendo eShop releases.
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