Loop Hero, NHL 23, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and More Coming to Game Pass in April

Titles leaving the service on April 15th include Life is Strange: True Colors, The Long Dark, The Riftbreaker and Rainbow Six Extraction.

Microsoft has announced the next wave of Game Pass titles coming to the service in April. It kicks off with Four Quarters’ Loop Hero, a rogue-lite RPG deck-builder meets idle game that sold over 500,000 units in its first week. Subscribers can play it today for Xbox consoles and PC. Also, for those who missed it the first time, Goat Simulator has returned to the service and is playable on the cloud, consoles and PC.

On April 6th, Double Fine Productions’ Iron Bridge, which mixes tower defense and shooting, will be available for consoles and cloud devices. Ghostwire: Tokyo finally comes to Xbox on April 12th and is also playable on the cloud and PC. Its release coincides with The Spider’s Thread update, which adds a new mode, area, new Visitors to battle and much more.

NHL 23 is coming to consoles on April 13th via EA Play (available with Game Pass Ultimate). April 18th sees the arrival of Minecraft Legends for cloud, consoles and PC. Set in the world of Minecraft, it mixes action mechanics with real-time strategy gameplay and crafting.

In the meantime, the following titles will be leaving Game Pass on April 15th. Play them now while you still can:

Life is Strange: True Colors (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Moonglow Bay (Cloud, Console, and PC)
Panzer Corps 2 (PC)
Rainbow Six Extraction (Cloud, Console, and PC)
The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk (Cloud, Console, and PC)
The Long Dark (Cloud, Console, and PC)
The Riftbreaker (Cloud, Console, and PC)