Here's What's Coming to Xbox Game Pass in January

Here's What's Coming to Xbox Game Pass in January

Here's What's Coming to Xbox Game Pass in January

Episodes 2 to 5 are coming to Xbox Game Pass soon too.

Ark: Survival Evolved should join Xbox Game Pass on January 3. In the seminal award-winning narrative adventure game Life is unusual, you play as Max, a high school senior who discovers that not only can she rewind time, but that all her actions, no matter how big or small, have consequences that will last a lifetime. The first episode comes to Xbox Game Pass tomorrow.

Three of those games will be available to members starting tomorrow: Life is unusual 2: Part 1, Ark: Survival Evolved, and Farming Simulator 17, Microsoft announced today. The entirety of the Life is odd library is coming to Xbox's subscription service.

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Rounding off this months' update are Aftercharge, an online co-op shooter, and Absolver, a martial arts -focussed action-RPG.

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Absolver is finally coming to Xbox One! Anyone who's looking for all of Life is odd, past and future, can find it on Xbox Game Pass. Return as Rico Rodriguez in the third entry of this awesome open-world action game that lets you skydive, swoop across mountain ranges, hijack vehicles, and experiment in all sorts of unique ways.

But, teenage drama isn't the totality of Xbox Game Pass' newcomers in January.

Aftercharge: A team-based multiplayer game where one team attempts to sneak into the enemy's territory and destroy their items while the other team, who is invincible, tries to stop them with weaponry.

That's a lot of game for the $9.99 / £7.99 / AU$10.95 monthly fee, and doesn't include the host of other games already on the service. While usually the company doesn't comment on sales figures, during an interview between Head of Xbox Phil Spencer and LevelUp, he revealed a general count.

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