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MLB The Show 23, Civ 6, and Guilty Gear Strive join Game Pass in March


Microsoft’s Game Pass lineup for March is full of bangers – and it’s a wonderfully eclectic list, led by the Norwegian survival game Valheim (coming to Game Preview for Xbox consoles), strategy game from Sid Meier Civilization 6and the excellent 2D fighting game from Arc System Works, Guilty Gear Pursuit. Rounding out the month is the Game Pass launch of MLB The Show 23which arrives on March 28 – the same date for all platforms.

Here’s everything Microsoft announced for Game Pass for Xbox and PC in March:

  • Guilty Gear Pursuit (cloud, console, and PC) – March 7
  • Empty space 2 (cloud) via EA Play – March 9
  • dead space 3 (cloud) via EA Play – March 9
  • Valheim (console) – March 14
  • The Civilization of Sid Meier 6 (cloud, console, and PC) – March 16
  • Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom – The Prince Edition (console and PC) – March 21
  • MLB The Show 23 (cloud and console) – March 28
  • Infinite guitars (cloud, console, and PC) – March 30

Since all good things must come to an end, the following games will leave Game Pass on March 31, according to licensing agreements:

  • A memoir blue (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Chinatown detective agency (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Cluster Truck (Cloud, console and PC)
  • Double Dragon Neon (Cloud and Console)
  • Kraken Academy!! (Cloud, console and PC)
  • MLB The Show 22 (Cloud and Console)
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Net (Cloud, console and PC)

Update (March 21): Microsoft announced Tuesday That MLB The Show 23 And Infinite guitars would both be day-and-date launches on Xbox Game Pass to close out March. This story has been updated to reflect additional titles leaving Game Pass this month.

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