Xbox Game Pass: Two Brand New Free Surprise Games Coming to the Service this Week!

Two new games are coming to Xbox Game Pass this week: a spectacular fighting game that returns to Xbox after 10 years and a rhythm-based RPG that uses guitar solos to fight mechs. Both games will be available on consoles and PC.



Xbox Game Pass users can add two new games to their collection in March: Guilty Gear Strive and Infinite Guitars. Guilty Gear Strive is a fighting game that is the seventh installment in the Guilty Gear series developed and published by Arc System Works. The game will be released in 2021 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Windows1, and in 2021 for Japanese arcade machines. The game features over 20 characters to choose from, each with their own style and abilities. The gameplay includes a number of innovations, such as a wall-breaking mechanic that allows for new and exciting tactics2. The game also supports cross-platform play, meaning Xbox players can play with PC and PlayStation players.



Infinite Guitars is a rhythm-based RPG developed by Nikko Nikko and published by Humble Games. The game explores a stylish sci-fi world filled with giant mechs, guitar-picking heroes and over-the-top attacks. The protagonists are JJ, Sam, Kaylee and Ru – four members of a scrap team – who have their own powers and abilities. During the fights, you’ll avoid beat-based attacks and fight back with electric guitar solos. The game’s soundtrack is composed of original rock songs4. Infinite Guitars will arrive in Game Pass in one day on March 10.

Both games will be available on consoles (Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S) and PC (Windows 10). If you are not already a Game Pass subscriber, now is a great time to join. Game Pass offers over 100 quality titles a month for one low price. You can also enjoy the benefits of EA Play for free. Don’t miss out on this great offer!

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