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April Inside Xbox Details Announced, Teases E3 News

Monster Hunter World Prey Resident Evil 5 and more are free via Xbox Game Pass this April A lot of blockbuster games coming this month
Cecil Davis | 13 April, 2019, 20:43

These are all pretty excellent titles, especially considering that 3 of them are pretty recent, and Monster Hunter: World is still going everywhere for full price.

April's Xbox Game Pass additions will see such big titles as Monster Hunter: World, Prey, and Life is unusual 2: Episode 2 join the ever expanding list of games available for subscribers to Microsoft's service.

The new additions will begin tomorrow, Thursday 11th April, when both Prey and The Golf Club 2 will be added to the service. They are: The Golf Club 2 (April 11), The Walking Dead: A New Frontier (April 18), Life is odd 2: Episode 2 (April 24), and Resident Evil 5 (April 25).

Second, we have Monster Hunter: World, Capcom's mainstream smash hit for what was previously a niche series with a cult following.

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Six games have been announced for Xbox Game Pass in April, including Monster Hunter: World. However, if it turns out to be something more meaningful, we'll be sure to let you know.

This year, Microsoft has already replenished its vault with several very loud and new games, including Minecraft, Fallout 4 and Just Cause 4, as well as some indie games. The franchise has not been mentioned for the next episode of the show, due to run on April 16th, but there will be Xbox Game Pass news, and some have put the two together.

Life is unusual 2: Episode 2 will also join the first in the series on April 24th. Are you eager to dive into Monster Hunter: World, or are you more interested in games like Resident Evil 5 or Prey? This addition comes at a great time. After that, every subsequent month will set you back $9.99.

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