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8 more games coming to Xbox Game Pass in March 2022

Game Pass ends March with a mix of RPGs, narrative adventures, and sports games.

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After adding some blockbuster games at the beginning of March, Xbox Game Pass ends the month with a few indie gems and two speedy sports games.

Here are 8 more great games coming to Xbox Game Pass in March 2022.

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8. The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos

(March 17, Cloud/Console/PC)

The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk is a tactical RPG in the vein of Divinity: Original Sin or Fire Emblem, but with a much lighter tone. Despite its goofy sense of humor, it’s still a very challenging game.

Artefacts Studio

7. Shredders

(March 17, Cloud/Console/PC)

Open-world snowboarding game Shredders hits Game Pass on launch day. It features a lineup of pro snowboarders and controls that aim to replicate the feel of actually hitting the slopes.

Foam Punch

6. Tainted Grail: Conquest

(March 22, Console)

Already on Game Pass for PC, Tainted Grail: Conquest adds console compatibility this month. This roguelike deck-building RPG is a grimdark take on the King Arthur mythos.

Awaken Realms Digital

5. Zero Escape: The Nonary Games

(March 22, Cloud/Console/PC)

Puzzle-filled visual novel Zero Escape: The Nonary Games combines the Nintendo DS classic Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, and its sequel, Virtue’s Last Reward. The pair twist gaming conventions as they blend sci-fi, philosophy, and pseudoscience.

Spike Chunsoft

4. F1 2021

(March 24, Console)

If you like to go vroom, you’re in luck. Game Pass is adding another excellent racing game this month in F1 2021. Unlike the open-word antics of Forza Horizon 5, F1 2021 sticks to the tracks and features an extensive story mode.

EA

3. Norco

(March 24, PC)

NORCO made waves with a popular Steam Next Fest demo and won the first-ever Tribeca Games Award. Described as a “sci-fi Southern gothic adventure,” NORCO is a point-and-click game with gorgeous pixel art set in a surreal version of Louisiana.

Raw Fury

2. Crusader Kings III

(March 29, Xbox Series X/S)

In the sprawling strategy game Crusader Kings III, you control not just the leader of a country but an entire dynasty. Set in the Middle Ages, it’s a deep, constantly surprising simulation of messy politics.

Paradox Interactive

1. Weird West

(March 31, Cloud/Console/PC)

Image the Wild West, but make it weird. This supernatural action RPG comes from Wolfeye Studios, founded by developers of Dishonored and Prey.

Devolver Digital