Just silently, Im most excited for Cyber Shadow, which strikes the service on January 26. Its a gorgeous retro-styled action platformer with more than a whiff of Ninja Gaiden about it, and its the very first non-Shovel Knight game to be released by Yacht Club. Its likewise launching on Steam.
January 29 will also see a handful of games leave the service: Deaths Gambit, Final Fantasy XV, Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour, Gris, Indivisible, Reigns: Game of Thrones and Sea Salt.
Microsofts membership service left beta last September and, after a long honeymoon period at a $1 a month, now costs $10 a month (or AU$ 10.95). Your first month on the service can be had for a dollar..
January 28 will likewise see the launch of The Medium, which strikes the membership service on the first day. But other titles are hitting the service even sooner: January 21 will see the aforementioned Control, Desperados 3 and Donut County added.
Xbox Game Pass for PC is getting a great spread of brand-new games throughout the rest of January, consisting of the currently validated Control. Arguably the most interesting addition is the arrival of the Yakuza Remastered Collection, which brings Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 to PC for the very first time (the collection is likewise releasing at the exact same time on Steam). Those games release onto the service on January 28.