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Special Offer For Xbox Game Pass From Today + Details Of What New Games To Expect This May

A couple of news bits for Xbox Game Pass came out today that will please those gamers on a budget, as well as those already subbed and enjoying this service.

First up, Xbox Game Pass currently has an offer for both new and also previous subscribers to the service, with one-month access to all that game pass has to offer for just a £1.00/£1.00. My sub for Xbox Game Pass ran out last week, so I've treated myself to another month at that price and you should too I've recently found myself checking out games like LateShift, Hue, and all the old Bioshock games, something you should do for just a pound/dollar. You can sign up for your month by clicking here, or just go to the my membership tab found on your console and sign up that way. Maybe wait it out a while if you want the sub to give you a bit more time with things like State of Decay 2, as the offer will be available for just under 14 days if the store page is to be believed.

On top of this great deal, a bunch of new games coming to the service have just been announced, Joining games already available such as Sea of Thieves, Robocraft Infinity, Cities: Skylines, and theHunter: Call of the Wild. The eight new games joining the service starting on May 1st (some later in the month) are as follows.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 (Review here)
Overcooked (Review here)
The Escapists
Homefront: The Revolution (Review here)
Unmechanical: Extend (PLAY THIS)
Sonic & Knuckles 
Laser League (May 10th)
State of Decay 2 (May 22nd)

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  1. Still haven't used Game Pass yet, probably wait till they release the prepaid cards, I don't use credit cards and don't want to go through the hassle of getting one just for Xbox. I really need to become a grown up and get one though, start getting that credit rating and stuff!

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