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Nine more great games coming to Xbox Game Pass in January 2022

The best deal in games ends the month with some tense shooters and a chill photography sim.

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Xbox Game Pass started the year off right with an incredible first batch of games. And the second half of January 2022 looks just as exciting for subscribers.

Here are 9 more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in January 2022.

9. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

(January 18, Cloud/Console/PC)

Originally released for PlayStation Portable, visual novel Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc follows a group of high schoolers forced into a deadly competition. Surviving takes good investigation skills and fast reflexes.

8. Nobody Saves the World

(January 18, Cloud/Console/PC)

Action RPG Nobody Saves the World mixes things up with a rather pathetic hero who takes on a dozen different forms to gain new abilities. For even more chaos, you can team up for two-player online co-op.

7. Death’s Door

(January 20, Cloud/Console/PC)

Roguelike Death’s Door is just another day on the job for a Reaper — a sword-wielding crow charged with collecting the souls of the dead. You’ll have plenty of time to admire the gorgeous environments as you perish over and over.

6. Hitman Trilogy

(January 20, Cloud/Console/PC)

The entire World of Assassination trilogy comes to Xbox Game Pass, letting you carry out any kind of slapstick murder you can devise as the world’s greatest disguise artist, Agent 47.

5. Pupperazzi

(January 20, Cloud/Console/PC)

If you’re looking for a game to just chill out with (can’t imagine why you’d need that), look no further. In Pupperazzi, you can dress random dogs in cute costumes and take pictures of them, without any weird looks from people at the dog park.

4. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction

(January 20, Cloud/Console/PC)

Co-op FPS Rainbow Six Extraction applies the series’ tactical gunplay and skill progression to a monstrous new formula, with players fighting mutants for their survival.

3. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

(January 20, PC)

If you’d rather fight against other humans than monsters, Rainbow Six Siege is one of the deepest competitive FPS games out there. Just get ready for a harsh learning curve against practiced opponents.

2. Windjammers 2

(January 20, Cloud/Console/PC)

A mashup of disc golf and tennis, Windjammers 2 is a fast-paced sports game with fantastic hand-drawn art and an incredible soundtrack.

1. Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master

(January 27, Console/PC)

The first Taiko no Tatsujin rhythm game released in North America finally comes to Game Pass. The Drum Master blends traditional Japanese taiko drumming with international pop music.

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