Xbox Game Pass for console gets A Plague Tale Innocence, Indivisible, Sea Salt

A Plague Tale Innocence

Four more games are being added to Xbox Game Pass for console this month. They include A Plague Tale: Innocence, Indivisible, Sea Salt, and Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour.

A Plague Tale: Innocence just got announced for Xbox Game Pass for PC. The action-adventure horror stealth game comes from developer Asobo Studio. You play as a young girl named Amicia during the Hundred Years’ War. The game was nominated for Best Narrative.

Indivisible is an action role-playing platformer with dozens of playable characters from developer Lab Zero Games. It’s a multi-platform release that came out last year. The game has received mostly positive reviews from critics.

Sea Salt is a dark fantasy action-strategy game from YCJY Games. You play as an Old God “summoning unfathomable horrors to blight the human lands. You will have your sacrifice, and humanity will pay for denying you what you are owed.”

A Plague Tale: Innocence and Indivisible join Xbox Game Pass for console on January 23. Sea Salt will be added on January 30 for console and PC, while Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour will be added that day just for console.

A number of games were already added to Xbox Game Pass this month: Tekken 7, Frostpunk, Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, and FTL. In addition, Children of Morta was added for PC and console, while Gris was added for PC. Meanwhile, LEGO City Undercover and Just Cause 3 are leaving this month.

Not an Xbox Game Pass subscriber? New subscribers can get three months of Ultimate for $1. If you’re an existing subscriber and need to renew, you can get three months of Xbox Game Pass for $9.19 or three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $25.09.

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