Three Legendary Game Remasters Coming to Xbox Game Pass!

Xbox Game Pass is getting even bigger, with three new games coming to the service in September.

The Ace Attorney series fans can now rejoice, as the iconic franchise is coming to Game Pass. At the Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft announced that three titles from the series will be added to the subscription gaming service, a great opportunity for fans new and old.

Xbox Game Pass continues to expand its library to appeal to all types of gamers. At the recent Tokyo Game Show, it was revealed that three titles from the Ace Attorney series will soon be part of Game Pass. In this series of games, users can try their luck as a lawyer in a fictional court, where they must gather evidence and argue for their clients to be declared “innocent”.

The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy is coming to Xbox Game Pass on 26 September with three revamped titles – Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations. The good news is that PC Game Pass subscribers can also enjoy these twisty courtroom adventures.

But the adventures don’t stop there. Microsoft has confirmed that the Apollo Justice: Trilogy Collection will arrive on Xbox Series X|S consoles in early 2024, and may be added to Game Pass offerings later. The collection was originally scheduled for release on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC in early 2024.

The Ace Attorney series has a long history and has become popular for its exciting courtroom events, mysteries and memorable characters. Although the games have existed for a long time, they continue to be popular and critically acclaimed. The franchise’s debut on Xbox Game Pass is a great opportunity for newcomers and long-time fans to experience the series’ magic on the Xbox platform.

Finally, to round off the Ace Attorney news, a new collection of games will be coming to Game Pass over the next two weeks.

Source: GameRant

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