This the wave of Xbox Game Pass titles begins with Phogs on April 22. In just two days, you can transform into a pair of dogs joined at the belly as you explore Food, Sleep, and Play, either alone or with a friend. It’s like Cat-Dog, but without the cat. Each level is filled with obstacles to avoid and puzzles to solve before you reach the end of the adventure.
On a very different note, Second Extinction arrives on Xbox Game Pass for PC on April 28. In this co-op shooter, you and up to two friends will use some big guns on mutated dinosaurs that really want to eat you. Each level contains a horde of dinosaurs that you must keep under control before the threat level increases and destroys your team. It’s not exactly puppies and rainbows, but it’s great for teamworking. Second Extinction is still in Early Access on Steam, so the Xbox Game Pass for PC version will be a preview.
Xbox Game Pass for PC is thriving
Perhaps the biggest Xbox Game Pass for PC release in this round is Destroy All Humans, coming to the service on April 29. This remake of the early 2000’s franchise sees you control an alien tasked with harvesting human DNA on Earth. Use superhuman skills and alien equipment to take down your homo sapien opponents.
Beyond these three releases on Xbox Game Pass for PC, the service recently saw hundreds of new games, in part thanks to the Bethesda merger. Fans can check out some highlighted games in Xbox’s new Game Pass for PC trailer, as seen above.
Of course, a new wave of games means that some titles are leaving Xbox Game Pass for PC at the end of April. There are only 10 days left to try Endless Legend, For the King, Levelhead, Moving Out, and Thumper.